The United Nations' World Food Program (WFP) directly blamed Saudi Arabia for a humanitarian crisis in Yemen, which has been the target of a Saudi-led war for two years and a half.

The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights office (OHCHR) expressed “deep concern” over the ever-deteriorating situation in the besieged Gaza Strip, three months after the electricity supply was severely cut by Israel at the behest of the PA.

A prominent Indian expert on international affairs on Thursday said that Yemen conflict was a domestic issue, but was escalated by Saudi Arabia, its allies and the US.

The United Nations has warned that the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group continues to pose a threat despite reports of a drop in the outfit’s revenue and its waning ability to attract new recruits.

Spokesman for the Iranian Parliament's Presiding Board Behrouz Nemati said here on Wednesday that the crisis in Syria should be solved through political means.

 Iran's Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the United Nations Gholamali Khoshrou warned of the possibility of a humanitarian crisis in Yemen in case of delayed aid to the war-stricken country, and called on the UN to adopt immediate measures to this end.

Since the very beginning, the ISIS terrorist group has been suffering from various weaknesses and flaws which it was meant to be hidden.

Yemen crisis has no military solution and political dialogue should be held to solve the problem, Hossein Amir Abdollahian, a former diplomat and a special aide to Majlis (parliament) Speaker for international affairs said.

 The United Nations on Friday sounded the alarm over a spike in violence in crisis-torn Yemen, as the world body’s human rights wing reported the number of civilian casualties in the conflict has been “steadily mounting,” with some 815 casualties since April alone.

Syria crisis has no military solution and the Syrian people themselves should decide their future, Deputy Foreign Minister for Arab and African Affairs Hossein Amir Abdollahian said on Sunday.


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