Yemen calls on the US Congress to support two draft bills against Houthis’ crimes
The Yemeni Parliamentary delegation headed by Deputy Speaker Abdulaziz Jubari called on the US Congressional to support two draft bills proposed by the two Congressmen Will Hurd and Senator Tom Cotton.
The two bills condemn the Iran-allied Houthi militia for the grave violations of human rights and violence the militiamen committed against the civilians in Yemen.
The Yemeni Parliamentary delegation separately met with the Republican Senator Teid Young and the Congress member Ronald Wright.
In the two sessions the parliamentary delegation cited the crimes and violations by the Houthi rebels including planting as many as one million landmines, recruiting children and looting relief and humanitarian aids.
The Parliamentary delegation includes Sultan al-Atwani, Abdulsalam Adhbali, Qasim al-Kasadi and Dr. Ahmed Abdul-Qader.
Yemen’s Ambassador to Washington Dr. Ahmed bin Mubarak was in presence.