The bombing of a market in Yemen’s northern province of Saada last Saturday resulted in the death of more than 20 civilians and several injured.
The EU on Monday expressed its condolences to the families of the victims and wished a speedy recovery to all those injured.
“The bombing is a stark reminder that Yemeni civilians are the ones bearing the brunt of a war that has devastated their country, threatening to undermine regional stability,” said the European External Action Service (EEAS) in a statement. “The EU is increasingly worried by the humanitarian situation in the country, on the verge of widespread famine and most recently hit by a cholera outbreak.”
The EU expects all parties to re-engage constructively, under the auspices of the UN, to find a peaceful and negotiated political solution to the conflict so as to bring an end to the current unprecedented humanitarian crisis, said the EEAS.
“As stated by its Foreign Affairs Ministers in April, the EU will continue to work with the UN and all Yemeni and regional actors in the search of a political solution to the crisis while remaining committed to provide humanitarian assistance to the Yemeni population according to their rising needs,” said the EEAS
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