Yemen's Foreign Ministry condemns double standards of international community regarding Yemen

Yemen's Foreign Ministry condemns double standards of international community regarding Yemen

An official source at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has said on Monday that “funding by the US-Saudi aggression to the governments of complicit countries will not erase its criminal record in Yemen.”

In a statement obtained by Saba News Agency, the source said “it is not surprising to see the remarkable surge and wave of collective statements by a number of countries that are benefiting from the economic and financial capabilities of the US-Saudi-Emirati aggression, denouncing Sana’a for its response to the brutal attacks, killings and destruction carried out by the aggression aircraft on the capital Sana’a, and a number of other governorates during the past 72 hours.”

The source stressed that the international community, the UN Security Council and the countries of the world “should realise that the coalition of aggression, along with governments of countries benefiting from its deals and financing, aim to keep Yemen’s situation in the forgotten war category.”

The statement pointed out that the countries of aggression “seek to portray their criminal operations against civilians and their bombing and destruction of civilian objects in Yemen as legitimate.”

“As if the aggression’s warplanes were in a picnic and an exercise that did not deserve to be responded to with similar bombing or destruction of the sources of aggression in Saudi Arabia and the UAE, which are the military bases and military and economic facilities related to the crimes they are committing in Yemen,” the source added.

The source stressed that “Sana’a will not allow those aggressors to commit their crimes and their using of the Yemeni airspace without a response or punishment.”

The Ministry explained that “the aggressors are screaming and seeking refuge in the world today, because of Sana’a’s defence of the Yemeni people, based on the principle of the right of self-defence.

The source also stressed that the funds and credits given by the coalition of aggression in favor of complicit governments “will not erase the reality and details of war crimes in Yemen.”

“The aggressors must stop their aggression and arrogance, and take the path of true peace by leaving Yemeni lands and searching for peace based on the principle of mutual respect and non-interference in the internal affairs of others, and by preserving the rights of all parties,” the Ministry stated .

The statement also stressed that “there is no room for Riyadh, Abu Dhabi and their allies, to impose any conditions that the Yemenis do not accept, even if all the forces of the world colluding with them would join together.”

The source pointed out that the Supreme Political Council and the National Salvation Government of Yemen are still, contrary to what the media of Saudi-led aggression and complicit countries are trying to spread, supporting peace options.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs concluded the statement by saying that “ Sana’a calls for peace and the cessation of aggression, on the basis of a just and comprehensive peace that will bring security and stability to Yemen and its people, but we will not accept the surrender that the Saudi aggression is looking for.”