Minister of Planning and International Cooperation, Dr. NizarBasheib, discussed
with the heads of the international organizations’ missions in the Yemeni
capital Aden, Tuesday, the implementation of projects in a number of areas and
sectors of life, especially humanitarian and development.
during a meeting
between the Yemeni official with the Deputy Minister and the head of the
Mission of Doctors Without Borders, Joao Martins, they stressed the
continuation of joint cooperation and coordination of efforts between the two
continued to provide all facilities for the mission to implement its projects
and programs as required. To serve beneficiaries and alleviate their suffering.
with the deputy head of Relief Foundation AdeebShweiki the implementation of
the development projects in the fields of water, agriculture, education and
literacy in various Yemeni governorates.
He also met with
Head of the Humanitarian association RAHMA Mohammed Daoud, and discussed with
him the interventions of the mission in the health fields in the governorates of
Aden, Lahj and Abyan.
He also discussed with the Vice President of Relief Foundation
AdibShweiki the implementation of its development projects in the fields of
water, agriculture, education in various
A child was shot
dead Tuesday by al-Houthi militia snipers in al-Midam district of Al-Maqtara
district, northwest of Lahj province in southern Yemen.
said 14-year-old Suleiman Abdul Hakim was killed by a gunshot to the head from
a Houthi militia sniper stationed in Tuba al-Khadra on the Al-Hakam Front.
The sources pointed
out that the child was grazing sheep in
one of the mountains of the region, but the sniper of the terrorist militia
Houthi ended his life with one bullet just for fun .
,Hisham al-Derbiwas killed by the houthi militia in the same area.
killed hundreds of civilians, including women and children, in Taiz province and
other regions of yemenduring the years of war in yemen .
The Omani capital
Muscat on Tuesday witnessed a bilateral meeting bringing together a UN official
and a leader of the Huthis militias to discuss the Yemeni conflict.
The head of the
Houthismilitias delegation, Mohamed Abdel Salam, discussed with Muscat Deputy
Secretary-General of the United Nations in Yemen, MoinShraim, the proposals to
overcome the stumbling block in the implementation of the agreement on the
province of Hodeidah (west) ) And the
opening of Sanaa International Airport.
These talks are
paving the way for a new round of consultations and the resumption of
comprehensive political discussions and transitional arrangements.
Nations is struggling to find a political solution to end the houthis war in
Yemen, which has made most of the population in need of humanitarian
On December 13,
2018, the government and the Houthis reached an agreement in Stockholm to deal
with the situation in the coastal province of Hodeidah (west), as well as the
exchange of prisoners and detainees.
implementation of the agreement faces many obstacles because of the houthis
refusing to respect and apply all the conditions of the agreement.
General of the Directorate of Hawk in Hodeidah province, AymanSulaimanJaramsh,
visited the area of ??Al-Massani, east of Hodeidah.
Al-Masani is one
of the most deprived areas of the most basic life services because it occurs
near the seam lines in the city of Hodeidah, which is surrounded by a network
of mines and explosives planted by the Huthi militias in the fields, houses and
During the visit,
Jaramesh listened to citizens’ complaints, their suffering and their needs for
a number of basic services, such as relief assistance, as well as THE
permanent risk of the Houthi mines deployed in the region.
The Director of
the Hawk called on all international and local organizations to intensify their
visit to the Massennia region and assess the magnitude of the humanitarian
disaster experienced by the people and to provide relief and service assistance
, he appreciated the continuous efforts
exerted by the UAE Red Crescent Society in providing relief and humanitarian
assistance to the people of the region.
The Director of
the Hawk Directorate called on the engineering teams to demine the West Coast and
to intensify their efforts in surveying and clearing the entire area of ??those mines that have threatened the life of
published by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said on
Monday that malnutrition continues to affect millions of Yemen’s population for
the fifth year in a row and remains a factor affecting their well-being,
to be active in providing assistance to internally displaced persons, returnees
to their homes and members of the host community for displaced people
throughout Yemen,” the report said, noting that “24.1 million Yemenis
are in need of humanitarian assistance and 3.56 million have been displaced
since March 2015 “He said.
“On July 17,
UNHCR conducted a one-day mission to the governorate of Amran (south of Sana’a)
to verify the construction of 23 multi-purpose shelters for IDPs in the
province under Houthi rule since the end of 2014,” the report said.
For the fifth
year in a row, Yemen is witnessing a war between pro-government forces and
Huthi militants accused of receiving Iranian support and controlling the
provinces, including the capital Sanaa since September 2014; since March 2015,
an Arab military alliance led by Saudi Arabia has supported government forces
Confrontation of the Houthis terrorists.
internationally recognized government of Yemen has called on oil companies to
resume exploration and production activities.
Yemen has urged
local and international oil companies to relocate their main headquarters in
Yemen to the interim capital of Aden,stated the Oil and Minerals Ministry.
economy relies on oil as a major resource since its discovery in the mid-1980s.
Before the outbreak of the war, oil revenues accounted for 70% of state budget
resources and 63% of the country’s total exports.
Before the wave
of protests in Yemen in 2011, the country produced more than 300,000 barrels
per day of crude. For comparison, Yemen’s oil production recorded its highest
level in 2001, reaching about 466 thousand barrels per day, and recorded its
lowest levels at the beginning of last year. With a production of 11000 barrels
per day .
Minister of Human Rights Mohammad Askar said that Iran is working to implant a
sectarian and racist element on the culture of Yemeni society to use it to
confront its international opponents and expand its illegal influence in the
region, thus endangering Arab national security, warning that the abandonment
of his country will have serious consequences for stability and regional and
He said that his
country’s exit from the cycle of war and the achievement of security and
stability and the protection of human rights and dignity, is linked to the
implementation of a political solution in Yemen, which is the outcome of the
comprehensive national dialogue conference and the Gulf initiative and its
executive mechanism and resolutions of international legitimacy,
In a speech to
the 3rd Arab Regional Conference on the Protection and Promotion of Human
Rights held at the headquarters of the League of Arab States in Cairo, Yemen
said that Yemen has faced challenges affecting Arab security for four years.
He pointed out
that despite the humanitarian and economic crises, all factions continue to
resist the most dangerous rebel gang on the regime and law, that seized the weapon of the state, using its elements planted in the army with
the Iranian military and intelligence support and guidance
that the Houthi militia backed by Iran rejects all solutions to implement the
Stockholm agreement. The Iranian strategy is to prolong the negotiations to
keep the chaos on, and doesn’t care about any humanitarian crises. Iran does
not have any intention to stop the war or sign peace, National serving external
The UAE continues
to run relief convoys to the Yemeni provinces to re-establish life through the
efforts of the UAE Red Crescent Society. Al-Dhali Governor also praised the
state’s continuous efforts to support the governorate and its residents,
stressing that it was the first to provide assistance to Al-Nasr General
Hospital, and provided a large shipment of medical supplies to treat health
chaos caused by the spread of cholera
On the ground,
the joint forces responded to an attack by al-Houthi militia on military
positions west of the al-Tahita Directorate, and the militia suffered heavy
casualties. The coalition of support for legitimacy in Yemen said that the
coalition thwarted Houthi’s attempt to target the city of Najran inSaudi
Arabia, through a plane attack. He confirmed that there is nothing true or real
to what the militia published about the targeting of Najran airport
militias continue to loot humanitarian aid from the World Food Program (WFP),
burning some of them and impeding its distribution to its beneficiaries.
told press that Houthi elements confiscated a truck carrying food aid from a
humanitarian organization on its way to the Jahana district in Sana’a
governorate under the pretext that the aid was expired.
In the province
of Rima, humanitarian sources confirmed that elements of the Houthi militias
broke into a warehouse of the World Food Program and seized quantities of food
and burned some of them under the pretext of damage.
Yemen High Relief
Committee renewed its request to UN Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian
Affairs Marc Lokoc and humanitarian coordinator in Yemen Liz Grande to
intervene urgently and investigate these incidents and take measures to ensure
that aid is delivered to those who are entitled to it and to prevent it being
have accused al-Huthi militias of obstructing the activities of humanitarian
organizations and seizing aid to distribute it to its elements or to harness it
for its war effort. This is not the first time that militias have seized or
destroyed international aid. Red Sea mills have already targeted about 20 Per
cent of the stock of wheat in its stores.
explicitly accused the militias of stealing food
from the mouths
of the hungry, while the group says it will not allow any humanitarian
activities of international organizations without being heard and seen by an