ABDO HYDER (AFP)
Trump failed to call a pause in the bombing led by Saudi Arabia The president of the United States, Donald Trump, made the rare step of publicly demanding that his ally Saudi Arabia immediately allow vital humanitarian supplies to reach war-ravaged Yemen.
Trump did not ask for a break in the bombing led by Saudi Arabia, which houses what the UN calls the worst humanitarian crisis in the world.
But, in a statement, Trump said he had asked his aides to contact the Saudi leaders and "ask them to allow food, fuel and water completely." , and medicine to reach the Yemenis who desperately need it. "
" This must be done for humanitarian reasons immediately. "
The declaration came when residents of the Yemeni capital, Sanaa, stocked up on supplies and sought emergency care, fearing an imminent resumption of hostilities afterwards. of a confrontation between the Huthi rebels after they assassinated the power and former President Ali Abdullah Saleh.
Saudi Arabia and its allies have launched a campaign to expel the Huthi rebels who control the capital Sanaa and who have links to the archenemy of Riyadh, Iran.
Seven million people are believed to be on the brink of famine and an outbreak of cholera has caused more than 2,000 deaths.
Riyadh imposed a blockade on the ports of Yemen after a Huthi missile was intercepted near the Riyadh airport on November 4.
The Trump administration, like the Obama administration, has fought to convince Saudi Sau Saudi Arabia, as well as the United Arab Emirates, to pay more attention to the humanitarian crisis.
The conflict has resulted in the repeated death of civilians through bombing and the lack of access to essential food and drinking water.