The Permanent Representative of Yemen to the United Nations, Ambassador Abdullah Al-Saadi, renewed Yemen’s condemnation of the statements of the Minister of Heritage of the Zionist entity about dropping a nuclear bomb on the Gaza Strip as one of the solutions proposed to deal with the current situation , expressing a strong denunciation of the brutal and ongoing Israeli aggression against the Palestinian people in the Gaza Strip, and what has resulted. It included the destruction of infrastructure, the targeting of defenseless civilians, especially women and children, without discrimination, and the cutting off of water, electricity, and food to the residents of the Gaza Strip, considering this a full-fledged war crime, a crime of ethnic cleansing and an obvious violation of international law, international human rights law, international humanitarian law, and all international and moral standards and conventions.
This happened during the participation of Yemen in the opening of the fourth session of the conference to establish a zone free of nuclear weapons and other weapons of mass destruction in the Middle East, which began today at the headquarters of the United Nations in New York and will continue for five days under the presidency of the State of Libya.
The Permanent Representative of Yemen to the United Nations indicated that the holding of this session is taking place under more complex and dangerous international geopolitical circumstances, especially after the obvious and irresponsible statement made by the Minister of Heritage of the Israeli occupied state that one of the solutions. proposed to deal with the current situation in the Gaza Strip is to drop a nuclear bomb, emphasizing that this statement represents a serious threat to regional and international peace and security, and an obvious violation of the rules of international law and nuclear disarmament and not; -proliferation system, and there is an acknowledgment that Israel possesses nuclear weapons, which it previously denied.
He added that this confirms the importance of this conference more than ever to achieve a zone free of nuclear weapons and weapons of mass destruction in the Middle East, sparing it the scourge of wars and conflicts, and achieving security, stability and prosperity for its own. countries and peoples.
Ambassador Al-Saadi also renewed the demand for an immediate ceasefire, allowing humanitarian aid to enter without obstacles or restrictions, and protecting civilians and infrastructure, including hospitals, medical personnel and places of worship. He expressed Yemen’s rejection of the forced displacement of Palestinians. outside the Gaza Strip.
Yemen’s speech expressed deep concern about the challenges facing the full implementation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action signed with Iran, due to Iran’s serious violations of the plan, by increasing uranium enrichment to extremely dangerous levels, doubling its stock of enriched uranium, and interrupting its monitoring and control activities. The International Atomic Energy Agency, in violation of International Council Resolution No. 2231 of 2015, reopened separate cases related to its legally binding international obligations under the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty Arms and the Safeguard Agreement. signed with the Agency.
She expressed her doubts that Iran is exploiting the crises in the region and the world to develop its nuclear program for non-peaceful purposes, reiterating the importance of concluding a new agreement with Iran that includes firm measures to remove all concerns related to its nuclear program, its ballistic missile program, and its interference in the affairs of the countries of the region.