Button a quarter of a million inhabitants are affected by the organisations stop the efforts after the grenade attacks where.
12 aid organisations have set to work in the city of al-Dhalea in Yemen, according to some of the organisations ' offices has been attacked.
It informs the International Rescue Committee (IRC), which is one of the 12 organizations.
most of The attacks happened on Saturday night. Early Tuesday morning was even an attack targeting the aid Oxfam office, which was empty at the time.
Oxfam and IRC are among the organisations whose offices were hit by rocket-propelled grenades on Saturday.
- Workers is not a goal. Those who are going to suffer the most, are the innocent yemenitter, which has the benefit of IRC's work, it sounds, in the opinion of the IRC.
Saturday's attack wounded a security guard, caused material devastation and got the 12 aid agencies to decide to suspend the work of al-Dhalea.
Yet, no one has taken the blame for the attacks.
the united nations describes as an "alarming escalation", which comes at a time when the yemeni media, according to the UN nødhjælpschef has led a campaign against the aid agencies.
- I am calling for a thorough investigation, and I would like to express my appreciation to the government of Yemen for the work they have begun in this respect, says Mark Lowcock.
- I am also deeply concerned about the continuing campaigns in the media in parts of Yemen, spreading rumors and inciting against relief operations, he says.
Yemen has through the last barely five years have been marked by conflict since houthi rebels threw president Abd-Rabbu Mansour hadi's government of the gate in 2014.
Thousands of yemenitter is killed in the war, and millions are on the verge of a sultkatastrofe. About 80 percent of the population is dependent on humanitarian aid from the outside.
/ritzau/ReutersUpdated Date: 24 December 2019, 13:00