Yemen’s policy accuses Iran of prolonging the by providing more weapons to the houthis
The Yemeni government on Wednesday accused Iran of prolonging the war in Yemen by supplying weapons to the Houthi terrorist militias and use it even against civilians.
The Yemeni cabinet renewed its condemnation of the Tehran regime’s continuing to supply weapons and military technology to the Houthi militia to use it in its terrorist operations targeting civilians and undermining efforts to
resolve the crisis peacefully, the official Saba news agency reported.
The Council added that the exhibition of the Houthi militia to new weapons corresponds to the military pieces displayed by the Iranian Revolutionary Guard at the exhibition opened in 2019, which provides clear evidence
about the source of weapons used in the killing of the Yemeni people, and targeting civilian institutions in Saudi Arabia.
The Council of Ministers considered that this is a clear and explicit challenge to the international will, and UN Security Council resolutions 2216 and 2140, that prohibits the supply of all types of weapons.
The Yemeni cabinet called on the United Nations, the Security Council and the international community to take deterrent action against Iran, which insists on prolonging the war by supplying the militia with weapons and missiles that threaten the security and stability of the region and international shipping in the Bab al-Mandab Straits.
The official explained that the Yemeni militia coup carried out about 76 violations in a number of provinces, pointing out that they blew up mosques, and turned other mosques into stores of weapons and military supplies.
The Huthis deliberately sought to provoke the feelings of people through the destruction of religious sanctuaries.