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On April 10, the Arab Affiliation agent Colonel Turki al-Maliki accepted that the affiliation armament targeted a Houthi drones accomplishment bulb and an abundance absolute barrage pads, antibacterial them completely.
There were no actual letters of any casualties or damage.
According to al-Malki, the strikes are an addendum of aggressive operations that targeted and destroyed a chip arrangement of logistical capabilities and accessories for Houthi drones, as able-bodied as locations area adopted experts are present.
Al-Malki common the coalition’s charge to anticipate the Houthi militia from application these avant-garde capabilities, and to yield all the all-important measures to assure civilians as able-bodied as basic areas from the blackmail of drones.
He acclaimed that the coalition’s operations are in accordance with all-embracing altruistic law and its customs and that the coalition’s collective command took all the basic measures to assure civilians.
In meetings in new york with senior UN officials, Dr.Anwar Gargash, UAE Foreign Minister renewed the Arab Coalition’s firm commitment to the Stockholm agreement.
The foreign minister declared that the UAE is working hard to support a political solution to the non-ending Yemeni conflict.
Dr. Gargashsaid that while the UAE was cautiously optimistic about the Stockholm agreement, the Emirates was concerned about its implementation, particularly with the deliberate violations and breaches of the deal by the Houthi rebels.
Dr Gargash strongly urged the international community to maintain pressure on the Houthis and their Iranian backers to end their obstruction of the political process and to hold them responsible for their failure to fulfil their international obligations.
during his meetings with senior UN officials, H.E. Dr.Gargash highlighted the malign interference of certain regional actors in the region, particularly Iran’s interference in Yemen – underlining that backing from Tehran has enabled the Houthis to further their military campaign, in defiance of UN Security Council resolutions. H.E. Dr.Gargash called on the UN Security Council to take firm action to enforce international law, by disrupting the flow of Iranian arms into Yemen, and to condemn Iran’s role in fuelling the conflict.
During his visit he met with H.E. Antonio Guterres, Secretary-General of the UN for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator; Nicholas Haysom; and Christoph Heusgen, Ambassador and Permanent
Donald Trump blocked Tuesday a congressional resolution calling for an end to US support for Saudi Arabia’s coalition in Yemen. This is the second time the president has vetoed a vote by US officials.
The decision was expected. Donald Trump used his presidential veto on Tuesday, April 16, to block a resolution passed this month by the US Congress calling for the United States to stop supporting Saudi Arabia’s coalition in Yemen.
“This resolution is a useless and dangerous attempt to weaken my constitutional prerogatives, endangering the lives of US citizens and military, both today and in the future,” said Donald Trump in a message relayed by the whiteHouse.
Several Republican parliamentarians had joined the Democrats in supporting the resolution calling for the US military to end its involvement in the conflict in Yemen. A snub for the US president, given his majority in the Senate.
Two-thirds of the congressional votes needed!
Elected officials believed that the United States’ role in Yemen violated the constitutional obligation that Congress, not the President, validate any entry into the war. They also intended to send a strong message to Riyadh for its involvement in the humanitarian crisis in Yemen and for the assassination of Saudi journalist and opponent Jamal Khashoggi last October.
The White House on Tuesday justified US support for the coalition: “It is our duty to protect the security of the more than 80,000 Americans living in some coalition countries who have been attacked by Houthis since Yemen. ”
To override this presidential veto, the resolution will have to obtain at least two-thirds of the votes in the Senate and the House in a possible new vote, which is more support than the text obtained when it was adopted.
This is the second time that Donald Trump finds himself forced to veto a text voted by Congress: in March, it had blocked the emergency procedure it had decreed to unlock funds dedicated to construction of the wall he wants to build on the border with Mexico.
In the aftermath of the bombing of a school that killed five young students, Ryad and Abu Dhabi simultaneously announced aid of about € 177 million as part of a $ 500 million euros ($ 443 million) program. announced by the two countries in November to fight against hunger and disease in Yemen, a country devastated by four years of war.
Aid for the month of Ramadan, which starts in early May, will go to various UN agencies, including the World Food Program (WFP), the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and the World HealthOrganization (WHO), officials from both countries said.
“Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates are eager to implement an urgent agenda with strategic partners – particularly WFP, UNICEF and WHO – to alleviate the problem of malnutrition , in Yemen and help prevent famine and epidemic diseases associated with famine, “said the King Salman in a statement released in Riyadh.
Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates intervened in the war in Yemen in 2015 to support President Abd Rabbo Mansour Hadi after the Houthis took control of the capital Sana’a and vast territories.
Over the last four years, the total contribution of the anti-rebel coalition states to Yemen has been more than $ 18 billion, according to a statement released in Abu Dhabi.
Yemen is the scene of the worst humanitarian crisis in the world, according to the United Nations.
Both the military coalition supporting the government and the Iranian-backed Houthi rebels are accused of acts that could constitute war crimes, a UN panel of experts said in 2018.
According to the WHO, some 10,000 Yemenis, mostly civilians, have been killed since 2015 in this conflict, but NGOs estimate that the actual number of deaths is much higher, with some citing a fivefold increase.