YEMEN Press Agency

Information Ministry to launch tweet campaign to expose Saudi-led coalition crimes against children

SANAA, Nov. 20 (YPA) – The Ministry of Information of the National Salvation Government to launch a campaign on twitter to expose to the crimes of Saudi-led coalition and the United Arab Emirates against the children of Yemen.

The Ministry of Information has called on all activists and human right defenders to participate in this campaign that will be kicked off at 8:00 p.m. on Wednesday.

Information Minister, Dhaifallah al-Shami, called on media and activists to interact with the campaign to uncover crimes of aggression against children in Yemen for more than four years Under Hashtaq: #YemenChildren #ChildrensDay

He stressed the importance of active participation in this campaign to show the crimes and violations committed against Yemeni children by the coalition of aggression, in light of the silence applied by international organizations that are committed to the rights of the children on their international day.

Al-Shami attributed the importance of participating in the campaign to “the crimes and violations that Yemeni children are subjected to.

These crimes committed by Saudi-led aggression in the light of international silence and organizations that are concerned about the rights of the child on its international day”.

The Ministry of Information noted that all information, data, photos and videos of coalition crimes against Yemeni children are available at the following  link:

According to reports by UN, local and international organizations, “the Saudi-led coalition has killed and injured at least 10,000 Yemeni children, and tens of thousands of people have died of disease, malnutrition and starvation, as well as displacing and depriving millions.”

It is noteworthy that the storm of the campaign tweets coincided with a  student stand protesting the silence of the international community on the crimes of the coalition against children, was called by member of the Supreme Political Council Mohammed Ali al-Houthi, and to design a monument documenting the crimes.