Yemeni community in Germany holds symposium on ongoing truce

Yemeni community in Germany holds symposium on ongoing truce

The Yemeni community in the state of Schleswig-Holstein in Germany organized a television symposium on the United Nations Humanitarian Ceasefire in Yemen.

The symposium, that gathered the advisor to the President of the Supreme Political Council, Ambassador Abdulelah Hajar, the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Yemeni news agency Saba – Editor-in-Chief, Nasr al-Din Amer, the Director of Sana’a International Airport, Khaled al-Shayef, the official spokesman of the Yemeni Petroleum Company, Essam Al-Mutawakil, focused on the humanitarian situation in Yemen and the extent of the aggression’s commitment to a temporary ceasefire.

The symposium pointed out at the behavior of the aggression forces in indirectly violating the ceasefire, putting pressure on the economic side and creating crises to increase the human suffering of the Yemeni people

It stressed that the aggression invested the ceasefire in several achievements, most notably the rearrangement of its papers, such as attempting to create crises and increase the people’s human suffering.

The Symposium speakers pointed out that the aggression is causing the economic crises afflicting the Yemeni people, pirating fuel ships to create a fuel crisis as part of its efforts the blame will be into the National Salvation government.

It emphasized the importance of strengthening the consciousness aspect of the Yemeni people by intensifying consciousness activities in various fields by media professionals, intellectuals, preachers and leaders to expose the crimes and conspiracies of aggression and work on strengthening the media front.

The symposium pointed to the failure of the aggression coalition’s attempts to target and dismantle the home front since the beginning of the aggression, with evidence that Yemenis are living in an exceptional situation and an unprecedented steadfastness as the Yemeni people show their steadfastness in facing the siege and economic warfare.

Source: Saba