The Arab League is unable to fulfill its duties in relation to the problems of its nation, the head of the Yemeni Supreme Political Council has denied.
The head of the High Political Council of Yemen, Mahdi Al-Mashat, denied the Jeddah Declaration, which arose from the Arab Summit, to without questioning in any of its points the end of the war against Yemen and its crisis.
The Arab League is unable to fulfill its duties in relation to the problems of its nations, ie. Al-Mashat criticized during a speech commemorating the 33rd anniversary of Yemen’s unity.
The final text did not allocate an article to condemn the attack against the nation of Yemen or to lift the siege that the coalition imposed on its people nine years ago without giving any justification, he said.
Regarding the appointment, he said, the people of Yemen were hoping for a change in their thinking towards that ruined nation.
Likewise, he dismissed those who gathered at the Arab Summit but did not remember Sanaa as one of the six founding members of the Arab League.
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The Arab statement was only a renewal of support for the embarrassing advice named by the attacking countries at the cost of 40 million Yemenis besieged, as if the ongoing war was an undeclared civil conflict by the United States, he said.
In this sense, he asked everyone who was involved Review and correct your posts quickly before it’s too late.