Saudi Arabia seeks UNSC intervention to stop Houthi’s war crimes

Saudi Arabia seeks UNSC intervention to stop Houthi’s war crimes
Saudi Arabia seeks UNSC intervention to stop Houthi’s war crimes

Saudi Arabia demanded the intervention of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) to stop the continuing war crimes of the Houthi militias against the Kingdom.

The UNSC should shoulder its responsibility to act against the war crimes of the Houthi militias; their weapons supplier and the elements that fund their terrorist acts so as to stop their threats to international peace and security, said Abdullah Al-Mouallimi, Saudi Arabia's ambassador to the United Nations.

He also said this in a letter; sent on Tuesday to the UNSC in the wake of the continued terrorist attacks; committed by the Iranian-backed terrorist Houthi militias against civilians in Saudi Arabia.

On Dec. 24, a military projectile, launched by Houthis; fell on a commercial store in the Samtah governorate in the southern Jazan region. This hostile also act had resulted in the death of a Saudi citizen and a Yemeni resident. In addition to the injury of seven civilians and the damages to two shops and 12 vehicles, Al-Mouallimi said.

"It is obvious that the absence of strict actions by the international community; and in particular the United Nations Security Council; towards the Houthis militias' weapons supplier will allow these terrorist militias to continue their terrorist acts in the region," he said.

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