Following the attack by the aggressive Arab Coalition, led by Saudi Arabia, on the al Hudaydah port of Yemen, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights has expressed concern over the consequences of these operations over the humanitarian situation in Hudaydah.
The Sputnik Arabic reported that Mr. ZeidRa’ad al-Husseinin his latest statement about the continuing Arab aggression against Yemen, that is now underway with its latest name “Golden Victory” operation, has expressed concern about the consequences of the operation on the country’s situation and the deaths of civilians.
On the other hand, reports indicate that Saudi warplanes continue their assaults on Yemen, targeting various areas of al-Hudaydah. According to media sources, in recent hours’ Saudi warplanes have bombed six times Ad Durayhimi, the area located in Al Hudaydah.
Saudi attacks on al Hudaydah continue while in recent days’ Yemeni forces have prevented their control over the strategic port of Hudaydah.
In this regard, the Yemeni army and the popular committees have announced in a statement that they have succeeded in destroying 44 APC’ sand an armored vehicle of Saudi coalition forces and its mercenaries fighting along the West Coast Frontin the past few days.
A Yemeni military source also announced that the army and popular committees succeeded in sieging the aggressors along the West coast after the cessation of their aid lines by the military tactics of al Nakhila, al-Ja’ah, al-Faza. The army and popular committees targeted mercenary positions inJamash and Hajalancausing a huge number of deaths and injuries.
It seems that military operations in various provinces of Yemen will continue in the coming days to clear up Saudi forces and their mercenaries.
The aggressive coalition under the Saudi leadership conducts military operations in Yemen at a time when in recent days’ Western media reported that some countries, such as France and the United States, had also been involved in these operations.
In this regard, the English newspaper The Guardian wrote, although Britain warned against attacking alHudaydah, it is responsible for the catastrophe of this war; Saudi Arabia and the Emirates are conducting this war with Western military training and counseling, and they are doing so in Yemen with the diplomatic support of the West.
Earlier, the French newspaper ‘Figaro’ had revealed that French special forces were present along with the Emirati forces in the war along the west coast of Yemen, while the French Ministry of Defense denied involvement in any of the conflicts in the area of al Hudaydah.
The Daily Figaro quoting two military sources, acknowledged that French Special Forces are practically present on the Yemeni scene alongside Emirati forces.
It should be noted that Anwar Gargash, the UAE’s minister of state for foreign affairs also commended the efforts of French forces to thwart mines in freed areas alongside the Arab coalition forces in Yemen.
Mohammed Ali al-Houthi, chairman of the Supreme Revolutionary Committee announced on his Twitter account that the country’s Coast Guard managed to seize a foreign navy associated to the aggressive Arab coalition in Yemen in the west of the country, which probably belongs to France.
Yemeni sources also reported the arrest of two French Special Forces during the seizure of the sent boats.
The so called Arab coalition leading under Saudi and UAE, on Wednesday 13th June, despite international warnings about the deterioration of the humanitarian situation, launched widespread attacks to occupy the port of al-Hudayah in western Yemen, which has so far been confronted with the resistance of the army and popular committees in the country.
Al Hudaydah is the second largest Yemeni port in the Red Sea, and is the only way to connect the people of the sea with the outside world, as well as the only entrance way for humanitarian assistance to Yemen.
On March 26, 2015 Saudi Arabia began a massive assault on Yemen, the poorest Arab state, in a coalition of several Arab countries with the help of the green light of the United States, on the pretext of reinstating its incumbent president to power to fulfill its political goals and intentions.
Saudi aggression in Yemen has already killed more than 14,000 innocent Yemenis and has led to the devastation of this country.