Yemeni official strongly slams reports of UN organizations in Sana'a
2/18/2017 11:47:00 PM
Deputy Minister of Human Rights Mohammed Askar on Saturday alleged that the reports issued by the UN organization's offices in Sana'a are prejudiced.
Askar told Alsharq al-Awsat newspaper that militias of the Houthis and Saleh prevent the organizations from providing true information to their headquarters and force them to distort facts.
"Some local employees of UN organizations play negative role in providing false information because they are biased to the putschists (Saleh and the Houthis)" he added.
Askar also said that militias loot food assistances and medicines provided by humanitarian organizations to poor people in the areas which run.