[su_label type=”info”]SMA News – Follow-ups – Exclusive [/su_label][su_spacer size=”10″] The International Organization of Less Developed Countries (IOLDCs) in Geneva delivered a written statement on Friday February 23rd, 2018, about the fragile conditions of human rights in Yemen because of the lack of basic rights including child rights, women rights, right for security and living, rule of law in addition of increasing dangers of famine and diseases because of war. The organization recommended that the Human Rights Council should ask the supreme delegate to include the southern cause in his report to the council in it 39th round in addition to asking the UN special delegate to Yemen to continue negotiations according to UN Security Council decisions 924 and 931 of 1994 allowing arrangements of redeclaring the two former states. Furthermore, the organization encouraged the Human Rights Council to ask UN Security Council for a decision asserting the protection of the southern people through sending deter forces under UN flag to secure the borderlines of 1990 between the north and south after exhausting all peaceful methods.
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