Arab Coalition: Recent UN report on Yemen based on inaccurate information

Malki pointed that the information contained in the UN report was derived from local sites and sources.


:: The spokesman for the Arab Coalition fighting to support legitimacy in Yemen has said that a recent United Nations report had relied on misinformation.

Turki al-Malki said during a press conference in Riyadh on Monday that it was common knowledge that the UN was operating only a single office in Sanaa, considering that the environment was not conducive for the work of UN organizations and agencies.

Malki pointed out that the information contained in the UN report was derived from local sites and sources.





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