The UN Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs, Mark Lowcock, warned of the danger of the deterioration of the situation in the governorate of Ma’rib, following the Houthi attacks, and the risks faced by the displaced.
Mark Lowcock called for an end to those attacks and an opportunity for efforts to confront the humanitarian crisis, malnutrition and famine that threaten hundreds of thousands of Yemenis.
This came during a call with the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Dr. Ahmed Awad bin Mubarak, to discuss the latest developments in the situation Humanity Arrangements for the donors ’conference to support Yemen, scheduled for Monday.
The two sides also discussed the situation Humanity And the suffering of the displaced in the Ma’rib Governorate, following the ongoing Houthi escalation.
The foreign minister called the United Nations and organizations Humanity International Committee for urgent intervention to save the lives of millions of displaced people who found Marib a safe haven for them to flee from the brutality and violence of the Houthi militia.
Bin Mubarak warned that the continuation of Houthi violence will generate a complex humanitarian crisis that the international community will not be able to confront, stressing the need to raise the level of humanitarian interventions in the governorate to meet the increasing needs of the displaced.