Parliament Condemns the Aggression’s Repudiation of Implementation Truce


Yemeni Parliament, headed by the Speaker of Parliament, Yahya Al-Ra’i, condemned the disavowal of the US-Saudi aggression and its mercenaries from implementing the temporary truce announced by the envoy of the Secretary-General of the UN.

The Presidency of the Parliament indicated in a statement that the US-Saudi aggression and its mercenaries did not commit to implementing the terms of the truce, including allowing the entry of fuel ships, opening the ports of Hodeidah, opening Sana’a International Airport, as well as what is related to the exchange of prisoners.

It pointed out that Saudi Arabia deliberately misleads local and international public opinion by sending a number of Yemeni workers detained in its prisons for more than seven years, who are being arbitrarily detained and deported as being among war prisoners.

It touched on the allegations of Saudi officials handing over some foreign prisoners to Sana’a to be handed over to their embassies, knowing that the embassies operate from Riyadh in an outright misleading.

The Parliament reiterated Sana’a’s commitment to implementing all the terms of the UN-sponsored truce.

In the statement, the Parliament called on the Security Council, the UN, and the international community to hold full responsibility for the coalition’s disavowal of implementing the terms of truce.

It warned against the continuation of piracy by the Saudi-led aggression in Yemeni waters, stressing that the international corridor in the Red Sea adjacent to Yemen is safe and protected from the state bordering it.

It deplored the Arab, Islamic and regional silence and the various international bodies towards the war crimes committed by the forces of the Zionist entity against the Palestinian people and Islamic sanctities.

The Parliament strongly condemned the Zionist enemy’s continued targeting and killing of the Palestinian people and journalists, the latest of which was the assassination of the journalist Shireen Abu Akleh.