The United Nations continues its work in a non-neutral manner, as it is supposed to be, while its envoy to Yemen, Martin Griffiths, makes shuttle visits to save the Houthi militia whenever they fall in trouble
The last thing the United Nations did was its statement issued on March 8, 2020, in which it "expressed its concern about the breach of the Stockholm Agreement and the airstrikes in Al Salif"
According to its suspicious statement, Lt. Gen. Abhijit Goha, Head of the United Nations Mission and Head of the Redeployment Coordination Committee in Hodeidah, said in a statement that these air strikes impede the peace process and threaten the implementation of the Hodeidah Agreement
But did the UN statement forget about the daily and continuous shelling by the Houthi militia on villages and populated cities, which have resulted in the death of innocent civilians?
Did Lt. Gen. Goha forget when Houthis imposed a siege on him and his team on the UN ship anchored in Hodeidah water?
As usual, we barely hear from the United Nations and its envoy, Griffiths, any firm stance towards the millions of mines that have been planted and are still being planted by Houthis in all areas of Yemen's West Coast that are still under their control