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The UN and the Cold War; Yemen is the first station to bring down Saudi regime in the region

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Oct , 7 \NewNews

More than 900 days after the aggression against Yemen, the United Nations has put the Arab alliance led by Riyadh on a blacklist for crimes committed against children and women and destruction of infrastructure.

The United Nations has agreed to send war crimes investigators to Yemen.

Saudi Arabia’s ambassador to the United Nations, Abdullah al-Maalami, declined to comment until the report was officially released, Reuters reported. In August, the Saudi mission to the United Nations said there was no justification at all for blacklisting the coalition.

The Saudi-led coalition is responsible for the deaths and injuries of 683 children and 38 attacks on schools and hospitals over the past year, according to the UN’s annual report.

According to UN estimates, the war in Yemen since 2015 killed 8530 people, 60 percent of them civilians, and injured 48,800 people.

The war also caused the suffering of 20.7 million people from acute humanitarian shortages, as well as the outbreak of cholera, which led to the deaths of more than 2,130 people.

UN spokesman Stephane Dujarric said the organization was not commenting on leaked documents.

The Saudi-led coalition was briefly added to the blacklist last year and was later ruled out by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon at the time until a review was carried out, accusing Saudi Arabia of “unacceptable” and illegal pressure after Reuter’s sources reported Riyadh threatened to suspend part of the financing of the United Nations. Saudi Arabia has denied Ban’s threat.

More than 10,000 Yemeni people have been killed in the war that has been raging for more than two years, which has left millions on the verge of famine. Yemenis suffer more and more every day in the face of aggression and siege. The humanitarian situation continues to deteriorate due to outbreaks of diseases and epidemics, especially cholera. Famine, as announced by several United Nations organizations.

Finally,

There are many questions about Saudi Arabia being blacklisted by the United Nations.

Will Saudi Arabia enter a cold war with the United Nations?

Or is this step a play to get Saudi Arabia out of the swamp of Yemen after its military, political and economic failure?

Or will this move fail again after Ban Ki-moon’s attempt last year?

Has the countdown begun to bring down the Saudi regime in the region?

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