KSrelief calls UN to conduct transparent probe into its organizations’ corruption
King Salman Center for Relief and Humanitarian Activities “KSrelief” has demanded UN and humanitarian organizations to start imminent and transparent probe into reported UN organizations’ corruption in Yemen and disclosing any corrupt case or collusion with any party contradicting humanitarian aid provided by Saudi Arabia.
A release published by Saudi News Agency (WAS) confirmed strategic partnership with the UN and its humanitarian organizations and valued their efforts in alleviating humanitarian suffering in many world countries.
It also called the UN to adopt confident and transparent mechanism for monitoring implementation of humanitarian activities, especially in Yemen to overcome Houthi monopoly.
Confirming that it has read many reports on corruption by UN organizations working in Yemen, the center stressed its right of revising treaties in case finding proofs on corrupt cases or practices in Yemen.