Mohammad Abdulsalam accuses UN Security Council of prolonging the war on Yemen


The head of the national delegation, Mohammad Abdulsalam, has accused the UN Security Council of prolonging the war on Yemen.

Mohammed Abdulsalam affirmed that any new decisions by the Security Council will not be applicable unless they meet the interest of Yemen first, considering that talking about part of the battle with the Saudi-led aggression is “not helpful in achieving peace.”

In his tweet on Monday, Abdulsalam said: “They talk about part of the ongoing battle and leave out the discussion about Yemen under siege. This is insufficient for the ongoing conflict. It does not address the problem, but rather exacerbates it.”

He considered that talking about the battles in Ma’rib alone does not help in achieving peace, but rather prolongs the war, stressing that any new moves by the Security Council will not mean anything if doesn’t help the Yemeni people in these tough times.

“Our Yemeni people are not interested in taking into account those who do not take into account their right to security, peace and sovereignty.”