Yemen: Saudi Coalition after Scrapping Truce, Resuming War | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Yemen: Saudi Coalition after Scrapping Truce, Resuming War

A high-ranking Yemeni official said that the Saturday attack on the UN motorcade was carried out by Saudi elements to sabotage the UN-brokered peace agreement of Sweden and resume the war against the famine-stricken country.
Chairman of the Supreme Revolutionary Committee of Yemen Mohammad Ali al-Houthi blamed the Saudi-led coalition for the Saturday attack on the vehicles carrying UN cease-fire monitoring chief Danish general Michael Lollesgaard and his companions.

According to reports, the UN convoy was moving to the coastal areas of al-Hudaydah port to clear a wheat cargo from the Red Sea and distribute the food among Yemenis, but it was targeted in the Street 50, in the Eastern side of al-Hudaydah.

The UN staff have sustained no casualties, reports confirm, but Mohammad Ali al-Houthi tweeted that the attack was part of a bigger plot of the Saudi-led coalition in al-Hudaydah port intended to sabotage the peace process.

The Yemeni official added in his tweet that he had told the UN Coordinator for Humanitarian Affairs Mark Lowcock to force the US, the UK, the UAE, and Saudi Arabia to let Yemenis have access to the wheat and food cargo stored in the port.

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