Yemen .. Exchange of accusations for violating armistice and Houthi alliance with death of dozens of migrants | Politics news

The Yemeni army has accused the Houthi group of continuing to violate the humanitarian truce, while the coalition led by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates has accused the group of killing dozens of migrants.

The Yemeni army says the Houthi group has committed 165 armistice violations on the Marib, Al-Jawf, Saada, Hajjah, Al-Hodeidah, Taiz and Al-Dhalea fronts in the past 48 hours.

The Yemeni Armed Forces Media Center said the violations ranged from attempts to infiltrate, drop bombs and drones with explosive traps on army positions, create sites and build side roads, and bring reinforcements to various fronts. .

Meanwhile, the Houthi group said army forces had committed 103 armistice violations in the last few hours on the fronts of Marib, Hajjah, Saada, Al-Jawf and Al-Dhalea.

The Saba Group news agency said the offenses consisted of drone launches and artillery bombardment on the positions of its fighters and attempted infiltration, as well as firing on citizens’ homes, according to the font.

Meanwhile, Yemenis in the city of Taiz have accused UN envoy to Yemen, Hans Grundberg, of complicity with the Huthis in their siege of the city and the ongoing bombing of residential neighborhoods.

A communiqué issued by a protest rally in the Al-Dabab area in Taiz called on the Security Council, the international envoy and the countries supporting the armistice to stand firm against what they called flagrant violations.

Murdered migrants

In the context of developments in Yemen, the coalition announced on Friday morning the killing of dozens of migrants in the clashes launched by the Huthis in the Yemeni government of Saada, adjacent to the Saudi border.

The coalition claimed that dozens of (African) migrants had been killed in a forced displacement and armed clashes launched by Hutis in the border area of ​​Raqo (north).

He added that what he described as the brutal Houthi operation came after disputes and the burning of migrant homes.

And he added: “The killing of migrants by slavery is a repeat of the houthi burning of hundreds of African migrants (without specifying their nationalities) in a Sanaa detention center” in March 2021.

The coalition called on the United Nations and other organizations to take responsibility for exposing the brutal rape of Huthi against migrants, and noted that allegations of deaths by Houthis in the Raqo border area by Saudi forces are false.

Yemen has been witnessing for more than 7 years a continuing war between pro-government forces backed by a military coalition led by neighboring Saudi Arabia, and the Houthis, who control several governments, including the capital, Sanaa, since September 2014.

By the end of 2021, the war in Yemen had killed 377,000 people directly and indirectly, according to the United Nations.


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