Weekly Puisi Cinta For All People Saudi Arabia denied the coalition air strikes have regarding a hospital in Yemen. The rebuttal came after UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon condemned the air strike in the town of Saada, the northern Yemen.
The hospital managed the international medical agency, Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) or Doctors Without Borders is bombarded on Monday (26/10) evening local time. However, MSF said there were no casualties in the attack.
Through a statement, the Saudi mission to the United Nations stated that "the planes Arab coalition not to attack the hospital and is not in Saada that time.
Mentioned RAJA KATA Saudi mission, coalition forces have gained definite coordinates the hospital so it has been placed in the "targets illicit or not to be attacked".
"Therefore, the hospital may not be targeted by the coalition forces," said Saudi in a statement as reported by AFP on Thursday (10/29/2015).
Saudi mission states, a thorough investigation is being conducted on the airstrike. Saudi also lamented Secretary General Ban blamed the coalition Arabia "without waiting for complete and accurate information about the incident regrettable."
Earlier, Ban condemned the air attack on the hospital, which he carried coalition Arabia. Ban also called for immediate investigation on the airstrike.
"Secretary-General condemned the air strikes by the coalition led by Saudi concerning Hayadeen Hospital, run by Medecins Sans Frontieres," the UN statement as reported by AFP on Wednesday (28/10/2015).
MSF said hospitals were controlled by the Houthi rebels, repeatedly bombarded Arabia on Monday (26/10) evening local time. Through Twitter account, MSF based in Paris, France is posting pictures of the destruction of the hospital after being bombarded.
Malak Shaher MSF spokesman said no casualties in the incident, but several people were injured.