MSF denounces coalition's crime in Hajjah
SANAA, April 25 (Saba) - Médecins Sans Frontières(MSF) condemned on Wednesday the crime that committed by Saudi-led coalition in Hajjah province, in a statement obtained by Saba.
In the statement, the head of MSF's mission in Yemen, João Martins, said “attacks on civilians are a serious violation of international humanitarian law. What happened in Bani Qays is appalling; among the 63 wounded our teams have treated, 13 are children. These people arrived at the hospital in garlands traditionally worn to celebrate marriage. None were armed or arrived in military uniform,”.
On Sunday 22 April, the coalition fighter jets hit a wedding party in Bani Qays area in the province, killing 35 civilains and wounding 55 others, including to 30 children.