Yemeni Health Minister reveals number of victims of Saudi aggression
Sanaa government Health Minister Taha Al-Mutawakkil says the Saudi-led coalition of aggression committed a series of offensives in January, revealing the toll of the aggression.
The Sanaa government has finished exhumating the victims of the Saudi-led aggression on the central Saada prison, Yemeni Sanaa government health minister Taha Al-Mutawakkil revealed Tuesday.
Al-Mutawakkil told a press conference that the number of victims of the Saudi massacre amounted to 91 dead and 236 wounded, and the process of handing over the corpses of the victims to their families is underway.
He also highlighted that the Saudi-led coalition of aggression committed a series of crimes during January, which brutally claimed the lives of 150 civilians and wounded 350 others.
Seven years of Saudi-led aggression on Yemen have claimed the lives of 47,000 Yemenis, the latest health ministry toll revealed.
Al-Mutawakkil declared that the combination of crimes committed by the coalition against the Yemeni people is a "disgrace to the United Nations and its agencies, in addition to the international community."
He also praised Operation Yemen Hurricane II, which targeted Saudi and Emirati soil, seeing the latest attack amount to a "message to the United States."
The Saudi-led coalition's crimes against the Yemeni people, as Al Mayadeen correspondent reported that the coalition launched a series of airstrikes in the vicinity of Sanaa, one of which affected the telecom network in the city's suburbs, and another of which destroyed the telecom network in Zumar governorate.