Yemen Accuses Houthis of Attacking Sudan Embassy in Sanaa
Aug.11 2017 - The Yemeni Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Wednesday accused Houthi forces and the ousted president Ali Aballah Saleh, of attacking the Sudanese embassy in Sanaa.
A number of vehicles were also looted from the diplomatic mission.
The statement released by the Yemen foreign ministry on Wednesday said, “The attack by the coup militias on the embassy of the sisterly Republic of the Sudan for the second time, the looting of the Mission’s vehicles and the tampering with its contents confirms the militia’s determination to commit the crime without respect for the diplomatic missions’ premises.”
The statement pointed out the crimes will not affect the relations with brotherly Sudan, but the government will increases its insistence to return security to the capital, and all of Yemen.
The Yemeni foreign ministry called the international society to condemn the unacceptable barbaric act and stand against shameful conduct.
The Sudanese army participate In the Arab Coalition to Support Legitimacy in Yemen since March 2015 and Sudanese forces are present in the Governorates of Aden, Lahj, Mukalla, Hadramout and Hajja.