Rebels in Yemen has threatened a military response after the aviable of the funeral ceremony in Sanaa
The head of delegation of the movement “Ansar Allah” in the negotiations under the auspices of the UN Mohammed Abd as-Salam said that the shelling of the funeral ceremony in the Yemeni capital, Sanaa, demanding action, and also stressed that in the current situation is not ruled out “military options in response to the aggression,” TASS quoted him as saying.
The formation of the Yemeni rebels, meanwhile, demanded an end to peace talks with the internationally recognized government. On Saturday said the leaders of the General people’s Congress (VNK).
The supporters of the movement “Ansar Allah” said that the building was dedicated on the eve of a massive bombardment from the air force in the Arabian coalition, there were more than a thousand people. According to the latest data, the number of victims of the attacks exceeded 200 people., injured about 500. Among the dead were representatives of the Inc, as well as the mayor of Sana’a, Abd al-Qader Hilal.
The incident in Sana’a occurred a day after an agreement was signed on the readiness of the rebels to observe a 72-hour humanitarian truce.
The strength of the regional Alliance led by Saudi Arabia, which supports the government of Yemen to fight Houthis deny any involvement in the attack. “No air operations at the blast site in Sanaa were not conducted”, – stated in the coalition.
Sana’a was bombed on Saturday morning. Houthis-rebels claimed that the aircraft of the coalition, headed by Saudi Arabia struck several blows on the building, which hosted the ceremonies on the occasion of the death of his father “the Minister of internal Affairs of Jalal Ali ar-Louisana” in the newly-formed government of the Houthis.
The confrontation between the Yemeni authorities and the Houthis intensified in August 2014. In January 2015, the rebels seized Sana’a, and in the most active phase of the conflict has shifted from intervention in it in March 2015 Saudi Arabia and its regional allies. According to the latest data from the office of the UN high Commissioner for human rights (OHCHR), during this time, more than 4 thousand civilians were killed, about 7 thousand were injured.