On Wednesday, the European Union called for an investigation of reports on the Hodeidah Governorate in Yemen.
And on Sunday, the loyalist forces were accused of executing 10 prisoners south of Hodeidah, amid denials from the last stage, which accused the group of executing and lynching several prisoners in the same governorate.
The European Union, to the European Union, said on its Twitter account: “The European expresses its deep concern regarding the news of the immediate execution of 10 people in Hodeidah.”
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, according to what was mentioned at that time,
British Embassy in Yemen Tuesday evening “We are concerned about the reports of 10 unlawful executions in Hodeidah.”
The embassy agency, in a tweet: “Research the case closely, and call for a full investigation.”
And it added, “These heinous acts are a disregard for international law, and those responsible for their actions must be held accountable,” without further details.
Yemen has been witnessing a war for nearly 7 years, which has claimed the lives of more than 233,000 people.
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The conflict has had regional spillovers since March 2015, when a coalition led by neighboring Saudi Arabia was carrying out military operations.
This is in support of government forces in the face of the Iranian-backed Houthis, who control several governorates, including the capital, Sanaa.