The United Nations confirmed that the coalition led by the Saudi regime committed war crimes in Yemen in various forms and methods, pointing out that the United States, France and Britain are also complicit in these crimes.
The United States, France and Britain are complicit in war crimes in Yemen by providing equipment, information and logistical support to the Saudi-led coalition, the UN team of experts in Yemen said in their latest reports of abuses during the fifth year of Saudi aggression.
The experts said they had drawn up a secret list of suspected war criminals based on investigations they had conducted and sent to UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet, including dozens of senior military officials of the Saudi regime and its allies.
The report pointed out that the coalition carried out air strikes that violate the principles of distinction, proportionality and precaution and used starvation as a method of warfare, which may amount to war crimes. In local courts.
The report concluded that a joint incident assessment team set up by the Saudi system to review violations committed by the coalition did not blame anyone for any strike that killed civilians, raising concerns about the impartiality of its investigations.