A French parliamentary delegation—who are on a visit to Marib province—got first-hands information about violations of human rights, mainly children's rights committed by Houthi militia.
The delegation headed by the MP Natalie Miriam Gholeit and included several members of the French Senates and French ambassador to Yemen Christian Tetsou.
The delegation paid a visit to the Center for Rehabilitating Recruited and War-Traumatized Children (CRRWTC). During the visit, the delegation was introduced to cases of recruited children by Houthi militia. The French MPs heard stories of some recruited children who engaged in fighting alongside Houthis.
The French Senate's members were introduced to the missile attack against the (CRRWTC). It was a case-in-point of the militia's systemic and deliberate attacks against civilians in Marib.
The delegation also visited the Center of Artificial Limbs (CAL) in Marib Public Hospital. The facility is funded by KSrelief Center. The French visitors were briefed on the services provided by the center.
"It has provided 300 persons with artificial limbs, in the first phase. Similar number are targeted in the second phase', according to Dr Mohammed Al-Qobati, Chairman of Marib Public Hospital.