Mohammed al-Houthi reiterates Saudi responsibility for humanitarian crisis in Yemen

Mohammed al-Houthi reiterates Saudi responsibility for humanitarian crisis in Yemen

Member of the Supreme Political Council Mohammad Ali Al-Houthi held the Saudi-led coalition responsible for the deterioration of the living condition of Yemenis as a result of the blockade and cut off the salaries of employees, which created the worst humanitarian crisis in the world.

In a tweet on his Twitter, he said that the stampede incident is a painful incident, a new tragedy, and a bleak picture, primarily caused by the US-Saudi aggression and randomness that accompanied the distribution of aid.

“The US-British-Saudi-Emirati aggression has brought the Yemeni People to the worst humanitarian crisis in the world,” Al-Houthi added.

He held the countries involved in aggression responsible for the bitter reality that the Yemeni People live in because of the aggression, the blockade, cutting salaries and destroying the currency.

Scores of people have been killed and injured in Yemen’s capital due to a stampede that broke out during a charity distribution.

The Ministry of Public Health and Population confirmed on Thursday that at least 78 were killed and 77 were injured, including 13 critical injuries, following the incident in the Bab al-Yemen area of Sana’a on Wednesday night.