The Sana’a government welcomes the UN’s invitation to establish an inquiry committee
The Sana’a government, on Wednesday, welcomed the UN Secretary-General’s call to establish a special international committee to investigate cases of enforced disappearance in Yemen, affirming that the coalition countries and their factions “do not disclose the fate of the kidnapped and forcibly hidden individuals, especially when the numbers are large, and the crimes are grave and dangerous.”
Sana’a / Al-Khabar Al-Yemeni:
Ali Al-Dailami, the Minister of Human Rights in the Sana’a government, considered enforced disappearance in the provinces under the coalition’s control terrorist acts” practiced by coalition factions, referring to the continuous vigils of “mothers of the forcibly disappeared” who gather in front of the Al-Maashiq Palace in the city of Aden.
In a speech on the “International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearance,” Minister Al-Dailami accused international organizations of being complicit in the file of victims of forced disappearance, which was demonstrated by the absence of support and rehabilitation programs for the victims from their field agendas.
The Minister reiterated that they receive reports of abduction and quasi-forced disappearance cases on an almost daily basis in areas under the control of the coalition and its factions.