Yemeni gov't warns against ancient inscriptions abuse

Aden (Debriefer)
2020-04-04 | Since 3 Day

The Sana'a Great Mosque

The Yemeni internationally-recognized government on Friday warned against "Houthi attempts to abuse" the contents of the Inscriptions House and inscriptions kept in the Sana'a Great Mosque.
The official ministry of culture accused the Houthi group of abusing and trying to misappropriate unique and valuable inscriptions and their databases.
The group has "sent teams to the House for obscure purposes and unofficially enabled many bodies to abuse the House's facilities and keepings," the ministry claimed in a statement carried by the Aden-based Saba News Agency.
The Houthis are responsible for any loss or damage to keepings in both the House and the Mosque, it added.
The ministry called on the UNESCO and other international relevant agencies to perform their duty in maintaining the Yemeni cultural heritage and pressing the bodies in charge for the safety of the inscriptions.

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