Envoy stresses ceasing arms supply to Saudi-led coalition

Ambassador of Iran to the UK, referring to the new crime of the coalition led by Saudi Arabia in Yemen, said the weapon exporting countries should boycott the military coalition of Saudi Arabia to stop the killing immediately.

In a message posted on his Twitter account, Hamid Baeeidinejad said on Monday that 11 students were killed and 54 other people injured in recent bombing in Sana'a.

Earlier, Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qasemi strongly condemned the new Saudi-led coalition’ crime and expressed sympathy with the survivors of the victims of this inhuman act. 

The spokesman, while expressing his deeply regret on the continued silence and indifference of the international community regarding the crimes of the aggressors, added, 'Those countries that by arm supporting of the aggressors of Yemen, have caused human tragedy in this country, are partners in these crimes and must be accountable on their support. 

Qasemi called on the United Nations and the influential countries in the Yemeni crisis to increase their efforts to immediately halt the attacks of the aggressors and to take necessary measures to protect civilians, especially women and children.

According to the Yemeni Ministry of Health, five students were killed and 32 others wounded in an attack at by Saudi-led coalition in Sa'awan district in Sana'a. 

From March 26, 2015, Saudi Arabia in the framework of a coalition composed of some Arabian countries began a massive assault on Yemen, the poorest Arab state, with the help and green light of the United States, on the pretext of restoring its resigned president to power, was trying to pursue his political objectives.

Since the start of the Yemeni war, which has already killed more than 20,000 Yemeni people, injured tens of thousands of others and ravaged the Muslim country, Britain has issued a license to sell about 5 billion pounds of weapons to Saudi Arabia and has played a significant role in training Saudi forces. 

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