U.N. aid chief to urge US to reverse plan to blacklist Yemen’s Houthis By Reuters

NEW YORK (Reuters) – UN aid chief Mark Lowcock on Thursday will urge the United States to reverse its plan to designate Yemen’s Houthi group as a foreign terrorist organization, warning that the move would push the country into one ” famine on the scale we have. not seen in almost forty years. ” In a planned briefing for the UN Security Council, seen by Reuters, Lowcock will also say that a US plan to issue licenses and waivers to aid agencies will not prevent a famine in Yemen.

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