Since Beginning of Truce, Victims of Mines, Cluster Bombs Reached 255, Including 84 Children
The Executive Center for Mine Action in Sana’a confirmed the arrival of a UN memorandum to the center, confirming that the Saudi-led coalition is preventing the entry of mine detectors.
The head of the center, Brigadier Ali Safra told Almasirah on Friday, that the number of victims of mines and cluster bombs since the beginning of the truce is 255, including 84 children.
He pointed out that the cluster bombs dropped by the coalition warplanes are scattered in civilian facilities, and this has raised the number of victims, holding the United Nations responsible for the continued casualties due to the remnant
The head of the center blamed the United Nations for the continued casualties caused by the remnants of mines and cluster bombs left by the Saudi-led coalition.