Iran Condemns US-Saudi Crime of Residential Neighborhood in Sana’a
Iran has sharply condemned the air strikes of the Saudi-led coalition on a residential neighborhood in the capital Sana’a.
“The international community must prevent a repetition of such crimes,” said Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Sejed Abbas Musawi on Friday.
Musawi added that the governments that export arms to Saudi Arabia for the war in Yemen are partners in these crimes and have to take responsibility.
The MSF organization said Thursday that the Kuwait Hospital in the capital Sana’a today received 52 martyrs and wounded as a result of raids by the Saudi-led warplanes on a residential neighborhood in the capital Sanaa.
The organization said that 48 wounded citizens, as well as 4 killed, arrived at Kuwait Hospital in the capital, as a result of Saudi American raids on the capital Sana’a.
The Ministry of Health announced the final toll of the victims of the massacre of a residential neighborhood in the capital Sana’a, killing 6 martyrs, including 4 children, and 71 were wounded, including 27 children, 17 women and 27 men.