UN has not acted against Houthi violations in Hodeidah - Arab Coalition

Arab Coalition Spokesperson, Col. Turki Al-Maliki speaks during his weekly press conference in the Saudi capital, Riyadh. (Screengrab)
Updated 17 September 2018

UN has not acted against Houthi violations in Hodeidah - Arab Coalition

JEDDAH: Arab Coalition Spokesperson Col Turki Al-Maliki said United Nations agencies have not acted against the violations committed by the Houthi militia in the strategic port city of Hodeidah.

Speaking during his weekly press conferernce in the Saudi capital Riyadh, Al-Maliki assured all Yemeni relief outlets and ports are fully operational at the current time.

“Military operations in Yemen are proceeding according to international law,” Al-Maliki added.

He also said that the Iranian-backed Houthi militia has launched 197 rockets towards the Kingdom so far.


Saudi Arabia urges US to remove Sudan from state sponsors of terrorism list

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Saudi Arabia urges US to remove Sudan from state sponsors of terrorism list

  • Qattan met with the US special envoy to Sudan Donald Booth in Riyadh and expressed Saudi Arabia’s support for the safety, stability, and people of Sudan

RIYADH: Saudi Arabia’s Minister of State for African Affairs Ahmed bin Abdul Aziz Qattan urged the US on Wednesday to remove Sudan from its state sponsors of terrorism list.
Qattan met with the US special envoy to Sudan Donald Booth in Riyadh and expressed Saudi Arabia’s support for the safety, stability, and people of Sudan.
He also stressed the necessity for the international community to coordinate and cooperate in order to prevent any obstructions to the transitional period and its aims.