Foreign ministry condemns ongoing Zionist military escalation in Gaza strip


The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has strongly condemned the ongoing military escalation by Zionist forces, characterizing it as a relentless series of war crimes and atrocities against civilians in the Gaza Strip and other occupied territories.

In a statement, the Ministry denounced the recent heinous attack on al- Nuseirat camp in central Gaza, resulting in the tragic loss of over 150 lives and leaving hundreds wounded.

This act, deemed a flagrant breach of international law and humanitarian principles, including the Geneva Conventions, has drawn sharp criticism from global observers.

The Ministry reiterated its grave concerns over the consequences of Zionist aggression, warning of its potential impact on regional and international stability.

It called upon key players, notably the permanent members of the Security Council such as the United States, Britain, and France, to fulfill their obligations under the UN Charter and cease their unwavering support for the Zionist regime.

Moreover, the Ministry urged Arab nations contemplating normalization with Israel to reconsider, emphasizing the paramount importance of supporting the Palestinian cause and advocating for the establishment of a sovereign Palestinian state with al-Quds as its capital.

The statement concluded by reaffirming Yemen’s unwavering commitment to the Palestinian people, pledging continued military support and the interception of any vessels bound for occupied Palestinian ports until the aggression ceases, the blockade is lifted, and humanitarian aid flows freely into Gaza without hindrance.