Saudi Arabian King has given a $930 million check to the UN for humanitarian help in Yemen, although the UN chief advised to end the deadliest conflict led by the Riyadh along with a military coalition.
While also emphasized to halt the ongoing fight in Yemen because it should be find out a political solution, a humanitarian response is not the heal.
Guterres addressed the conference after receiving a check from King Salman, it needs to discover humanitarian solution for humanitarian dilemmas that also belong to the United Arab Emirates.
However, Saudi authorities have been performing crucial role in the coalition by carrying out backing government of Yemen against Iran-backed Houthi rebels, as well providing all kind of weaponry support for three years.
On other side, unexpected civilian casualties in the result of coalition air strikes have raised criticism from rights groups, even though the alliance has been tagged on a blacklist for children injuries and killings in October, said UN chief.
While Saudi Arabia claims the alliance does respect its duties or responsibility under international humanitarian law.
Guterres also said that the solution is political, at this all eyes on the Riyadh to discover a possible solution to halt the deadliest conflict in Yemen.
On Wednesday, sources from military and medical told media, armed extremists’ attack has shot dead ten Yemeni soldiers prepared and supported by the United Arab Emirates in southwest Yemen.
Nonetheless, another attack on an army check post has also killed five gunmen in the Hajr district of the port city Mukalla, a high-ranking military official shared the news at condition of his name not to be revealed.