Yemeni Ambassador to Poland Mervat Mojali said Wednesday that the number of victims of mines planted by the Iranian-backed Houthi militia reached 10,000 civilians.
Mojali's statement came during a meeting with Polish Deputy Foreign Minister Andrzej Papierz.
Mojali briefed Papierz on the latest developments in Yemen, pointing to the tragic situation the Yemeni people are facing following the coup by the Houthi militia.
Mojali said the Houthi terrorists looted food aid and state resources and starved and displaced citizens.
She mentioned the dangers of mines planted by the Houthis, pointing out that the number of victims reached about 10,000 civilians, including women and children.
For his part, Papierz said he will communicate with the Polish Ministry of Health about preparing an integrated plan to receive the victims of mines, especially children.
He affirmed his country's desire to help the Yemeni people in the ordeal caused by the Houthis.