YEMEN Press Agency

Ministry of Human Rights releases its sixth report on coalition’s crimes in Yemen:Report

SANAA, March 25 (YPA) – Ministry of Human Rights, at a press conference held on Thursday in the capital, Sanaa, released its sixth official report on the coalition’s crimes in Yemen.

The ministry confirmed that the coalition deliberately starved civilians, explaining that 16.2 million people suffer from food insecurity, and more than 1.25 million employees deprived from their salaries, while the poverty rate rose to 85% and the unemployment rate reach more than 65%.

The ministry report stated that the coalition launched tens of thousands of military attacks that killed and wounded 43,582 citizens, including 7,999 children and 5,184 women, indicating that the aggression caused the displacement of four million and 509 thousand and 328 citizens.

Regarding to targeting commercial establishments, factories, production and agriculture, the report indicated that the coalition targeted 13,742 fields, warehouses and agricultural sites, noting that 441,605 livestock and more than 30 Arab horses were killed, and 41,610 beehives were burned as a result of the bombing of the aggression.

the report stated that the coalition destroyed 2,409 financial facilities, burned 4,718 fish landing centers, as well as deprived more than 40,000 fishermen from the profession of fishing.

“The coalition destroyed 349 production factories and 5 grain silos, and 539 establishments and an electricity network, killing 383 workers there, as well as 2,072 facilities and a communications network, and 69 employees were killed, and over 679 supermarkets and 11,154 shops were destroyed,” the ministry explained.

With regard to service, educational and health facilities, the Ministry of stated that the coalition destroyed 523 health facilities and burned 92 ambulances, making over 19.7 million people in need of health care.

The coalition destroyed 3,784 educational facilities, including 65 technical institutes, and deprived 4,435,409 students to continue their education.
Furthermore, the coalition destroyed 767 fuel and gas stations, detained dozens of ships and destroyed 14 seaports, as well as 9 civilian airports, 4 civil aircraft and 6 aviation sectors.

The coalition also destroyed over 47 media institutions, more than 28 radio transmission centers, duplicated satellite channels, in addtionan to closed and stopped Yemeni channels, and killed journalists, along with their families, by bombing their homes.

Finally, the ministry’s report indicated that the coalition destroyed 49 judicial facilities, targeted 48 homes for judges and judicial employees, and killed 18 judges and 40 administrative employees.

About 132 sports facilities, 4,370 roads and bridges, were destroyed by the coalition airstrikes ,as well as 2,034 public services for citizens, and 11 branches of the Social Welfare Fund.