United Nations Quietly Aids Yemen

-Paras Yadav

The United Nations is checking its ships coming from Yemen to ensure there is no smuggling of military items. The ships are coming by aiding Yemen. This checking is done due to the recent Iran – aligned Houthis Movement which gets its fire after Houthis Missile hits Saudi Oil Tanker this Tuesday. According to Houthis’ the target of the missile was storage tanks of the Saudi Aramco Oil Company.
Houthis officially called Ansar Allah. Members of an Islamic religious-political-armed movement that which came from Sa’dah in Northern Yemen.

Photo Credit: UN medical and food aid in Taiz, Yemen, on 4 March 2017 Abdulnasser Alseddik/Anadolu Agency
Photo Credit: UN medical and food aid in Taiz, Yemen, on 4 March 2017 Abdulnasser Alseddik/Anadolu Agency

The tension between the Houthis and Yemen grew from 1990’s and the recent missile attack still proves the difference between the Houthis’ and Yemen government. South Arabia accuses its rival Iran of supplying the Missile to the Houthis who have taken over the Yemeni Capital Sanaa and other parts of the country.
According to the most recent updates on this story, United Nations asked donors to donate nearly 3 billion to help around 13 million people living in war destroyed Yemen. Previous year Yemen demanded of nearly 2.5 billion, which was 73 percent funded.
The team supporting UN Humanitarian Coordinator in Yemen Lise Grande confirmed to increase the number of monitors and inspectors for scanning the weapon.
United Nations recently got highest of the donation in aid as the biggest budget for the relief of $ 930 million to Yemen Humanitarian Fund. United Nation Secretary General Antonio Guterres expressed “deep gratitude” to Prince Mohamad Bin Salman Al Saud, Saudi Arabia’s crown prince.
Saudi Arabia and United Nations are the indeed players in Yemen’s Complicated Civil War.
The other side of the coin, Yahya Nasser, who works at the relief organization in Yemen said,”We Should not accept any of this money. It’s just an attempt to cover crimes they are committing in Yemen”.