Houthis threaten again to expel international organizations from northern Yemen

Sanaa (Debriefer)
2019-12-15 | Since 3 Week

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The Houthi group (Ansar Allah) returned today to attack international organizations operating in Yemen and threatened to expel them from the areas under their control in the north of the country.

The Houthi-run Al-Masirah TV, affiliated with the Houthis, quoted Ali al-Dailami, deputy minister of human rights in the rescue government formed by the group in Sanaa, as saying that the organizations had not provided the Yemenis with any service that amounted to false human slogans.

Al-Dailami added in a speech during a workshop in Sana'a under the slogan "Evaluating the effectiveness of aid provided to Yemen to face the humanitarian crisis", "If (the organizations) do not do their work, it is not welcome."

The Deputy Foreign Minister of the Houthis, Muhammad Hajar, said that international organizations working in the humanitarian field should adhere to the principles of integrity and independence and according to the government's plans in Sana'a.

While Ahmed al-Imad, an official at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said that the humanitarian aid mechanism for Yemen has become a matter of debate at home and in the corridors of the United Nations.

He expressed his rejection of what he called "tampering" with humanitarian aid, adding that "we are in the position to evaluate the mechanism of aid provided to Yemen."

According to Al-Masirah, the deputy head of the Department of International Organizations and Conferences at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Muhammad al-Sada, said that 14 million Yemenis were affected by the war, but Yemen was not among the first 10 countries to receive aid.

He considered that this "confirms that the interests of donors are at the forefront, and that they also do not care about the results of aid."

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