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Friday, 17 March 2023
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An oral briefing from the Maonah to condemn Iran's crimes in Yemen, and to demand that Iran be held accountable for war crimes and its interventions in Yemen before the International Criminal Court in The Hague
Fri, 17-March-2023
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Watch a video that includes an oral briefing provided by the Association "Maonah " and the Geneva Center for Justice to condemn Iran's crimes in Yemen, and asked to encourage countries to refer the situation in Yemen to the International Criminal Court to open a comprehensive international criminal investigation into war crimes, crimes against humanity and other grave violations committed by Iran and its Houthi subordinates In Yemen .

* Presented by activist Sasha Granelli / Geneva
On March 17, 2023 AD, within the framework of the third item on the agenda of the 52nd session of the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva.

⏪ Association Maonah for Human Rights and Immigration / Geneva: private.


Briefing text

Thank you, Mr. President
The humanitarian situation in Yemen remains a major issue, with 21.6 million people in need of humanitarian assistance in 2023. This assistance faces multiple challenges due to access restrictions and the dangerous security environment maintained by Iran's continued involvement in supporting the Houthi militia.
An example of this is Iran's continued provision of lethal military aid to the Houthi militia, demonstrating its influence and responsibility for the war crimes and crimes against humanity committed by the Houthi militia.
We support any comprehensive just peace agreement that will stop the war in Yemen. this is important. However, we draw the Council's attention to the fact that any bilateral or regional agreement with Iran must not be used to evade its responsibility for violating the principles of the United Nations Charter and international humanitarian law.

Iran, as a member state of the United Nations, must be held accountable and punished in accordance with international law for its involvement in the commission of numerous crimes in Yemen.

The Association Maonah for Human Rights, Immigration and the Geneva Center for Justice strongly condemns Iran's crimes in Yemen, and calls for encouraging countries to refer the situation in Yemen to the International Criminal Court to open a comprehensive international criminal investigation into war crimes, crimes against humanity and other grave violations committed by Iran and its affiliates, the Houthi militia in Yemen and others.
Thank you all .

⏪ You can watch the video briefing on the following link :
https://youtu.be/7-3GhVtlaJU
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