Yemen Eco| Sources:
“Yemen Eco” obtained information revealing that several UN organizations working in the regions controlled by Sana’a government start in laying off its employees, in response to American pressure aiming at creating discontent against Sana’a government, and pushing it to stop its military operations in the Red Sea, after the halting of assistance in the regions controlled by Sana’a authority, in this context.
Information to “Yemen Eco” revealed that several UN organizations working in the areas controlled by Sana’a government laid off hundreds of employees during last weeks.
Information clarified that this measure came after the World Food Program announcement to stop the distribution of the assistance in the areas controlled by Sana’a government, and this is the decision came to push the United States to make pressure on Sana’a government to stop its offensives on Israel and the vessels linked to it.
Information disclosed that the WFP of the United Nations carried out the layoff of about 140 employees since the halt of the food assistance in the areas controlled by Sana’a government, at the beginning of last December.
On the 5th of last December, the WFP of the UN announced officially, the halt of the food assistance in the areas controlled by Sana’a government authorities, indicating that the decision came upon consultations with the doners, and this confirms the validity of what ‘Yemen Eco” website published on the liaison of the United States (is one of the donors) in the decision.
At the end of last November “Yemen Eco” website published information disclosed that the representatives of the Food Program reassured frankly during their meetings with Sana’a government, the program can’t resume the distribution of its assistance without the approval of the United States, and the American pressures to stop the assistance related directly to the Sana’a government’s attitude of the conflict in Palestine, and its military movements against Israel.
On the 10th of December, the Supreme Council for Humanitarian Affairs affiliated with Sana’a government said that “the decision of halting the assistance comes in implementation of the previous American threats to cut the Humanitarian assistance in case if the Yemeni stance continues to support the Palestinian people”.