Gulf states, Muslim bloc reject UN report on violation of children’s rights in Yemen
The Gulf Cooperation Council and the Organization of Islamic Cooperation rejected the UN’s annual report issued Thursday which included the Saudi-led coalition among the violators of children’s rights in war-torn Yemen.
GCC Secretary General Abdullatif Al Zayani said he rejects the statistics included in the UN report and which are based on unreliable sources that support the Houthis’ militias and Saleh’s forces.
Zayani also voiced hope that the UN bases its reports on credible sources.
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