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Nobel Laureate Karman: Half of the country is hungry in Yemen

Nobel Laureate activist Karman, "Yemen is experiencing pain in the world that is not experienced. Hunger, there affects 14 million people. This constitutes almost half of the people there." said.

Tawakkol Karman Foundation started the "Yemen: Threats of War and Opportunities for Peace" conference, which aims to shed light on the internal, external, regional and international issues by taking the Yemen crisis into account.

Speaking at the conference, the President of the Foundation and Nobel Laureate Tawakkol Karman said they had come together to talk about Yemen and that many of the participants were invited to talk about the problems in Yemen.

Karman said that he would make peace decisions in Yemen.

Karman said that Yemen has been in an extremely difficult process for 4 years and said, iler We are suffering from this suffering at the end of the war and the coup, and we know how much Yemen has resisted against the Yemenis' toughest process. This also leads to a turmoil, which leads to the formation of armed groups there. he said.

Some facts should not be ignored when talking about Yemen Karman, "When we arrived in 2011, the peaceful protests began, the Arab Spring also took place in this country. In this revolution, the demands of justice, freedom, democracy and the country was made. This created a threat to the people who demanded democracy. " used.

Karman explained that the group formed as a result of the grouping of the Yemen revolution against the existing process.

Drawing attention to the fact that such conspiracies were designed by the Western powers, Karman said, "Western governments have remained in the class of democracy and have been shaken rather than supporting the demand for democracy. Those who supported us during the Arab Spring have seen the Arab governments stand next to the empires and dictators." used expressions.

Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in this case in Yemen, Karman said, "The situation in Yemen is now unbearable. While waiting for an atmosphere of legitimacy in Yemen, these powers are much worse than the country. We saw that they wanted to implement their own agenda and policies, and they used the conflicts there as an opportunity to take advantage of Yemen's resources, to benefit from local resources and to have that geography. a he said.

Tawakkol Karman emphasized that there is a humanitarian catastrophe in Yemen at the moment and he said that the country had faced a devastation it had never seen before.

Karman stated that he had suffered from problems in the field of underground service, education, health, water and electricity in the country.

"Over 8 million people are in need of food there. More than 2 million children and nearly 2 million pregnant women need help there," says the UN report, and there are more than 8 million people in the world. "

Karman, 7-year-old Emel Hussein worsening his condition due to hunger, drew attention to the fact that "Emel Hussein died of hunger and he is only one of the millions of children there." said.

Emphasizing the need to end the war in Yemen, Karman said that the international public should make a clear decision on this issue.

Karman stated that the continuation of this war in Yemen harmed international security and the region and said:

"Surely war must end. There must be a peace atmosphere. The airports, harbors, islands and beaches there must be reopened. The trade in Yemen needs to resume. I call out to Tehran, leave Yemen, do not support the Houthis there, take a break from the destruction of Yemen. "

Karman said Saudi Arabia, UAE and Iran should withdraw his hand in order to end the turmoil in Yemen, and this is the most important condition to stop the war.

Tawakkol Karman also mentioned about the murder of Saudi journalist Gamal khashoggi and finished his speech as follows.

"This created a shocking effect on the world. The place where it was slaughtered is extremely painful, the method is extremely bad and extremely murderous. Unfortunately it has been killed by tactics similar to DAESH. "This is a call for justice. In the past they have been able to make such massacres and escape, but this time they will not be able to do this.