Yemeni parliament condemns Saudi attacks on travellers

Yemeni parliament condemns Saudi attacks on travellers

The Yemeni Parliament renewed its condemnation of the crimes of against travelers, committed by the US-Saudi aggression and its mercenaries, in Tor Al-Baha in Lahj governorate.

Representatives denounced the two crimes of killing Akram Al-Azazi, a child traveling with his father, by bandits in Tor Al Baha district, and the driver Khaled Abdullah who was removed from his bus and killed for refusing to hand over demanded sums of money.

They condemned the targeting of another citizen in Qataba district of Dhalea governorate, by snipers of the US-Saudi-Emirati aggression’s mercenaries in Al-Zayla area in Maris of Qataba district, in flagrant violation of sponsored UN truce.

The Parliament considered the continuation of these crimes as “evidence of violations of the truce, a blatant violation of human rights, an act of terrorism and a threat to public peace, increasing the suffering of the Yemeni people.”

The Yemeni parliament  demanded the UN to fully open Sana’a International Airport to travelers, patients and returnees, as a right of the Yemeni people, especially considering that roads in occupied territories are still not safe.