"al-Jazairi's press release does not depend on real and practical information," said Fath, explaining that the real human catastrophe is suffered by Yemeni people over Houthi-Salh's coup against the legal President Abdo Rabbou Mansour Hadi, seizing the Yemeni capital by the force of weapon, waging war across Yemeni governorates, using ports, airports and their incomes to finance war efforts, and continuous rejection to all initiatives and solutions made by the international community and the legal government to end the war and returning to dialogue.
" Rebel militias are still blockading food shipments and don’t allow them access to different Yemeni governorates and still besiege Taiz city for more than a year and half, and the militias have seized 223 relief caravan and 63 relief shipment, subjecting them to their war effort," said Fath.
He made it clear that Hodeida Port received during the past short period 3.2 million tons of food, 1300 cattle and 387 thousand tons of medication substances and that Assalif Port, located on the Red Sea received 3 million tons of oil derivatives, 1000 cattle and 500 thousand tons of construction materials, and claims that the Hodeida Port is besieged are strange.
The sponsorship on regional waters, especially controlling weapon trafficking to the militias is based on agreement with UN on mechanism of controlling Yemeni regional waters, he said.
He called on the United Nations to commit the militias to end their siege on Yemeni airports; especially Taiz and Hodeida airports, noting that the militias use Sana'a Airport for weapon trafficking and transporting fighters.
He also called on the UN Humanitarian Coordinator to make field visits to the besieged governorates and write his reports on people's suffering from the ground.