He stressed that the principles and provisions of Islamic law prohibit exploitation, prostitution, pornography and violations, pointing out that the Kingdom is taking all measures to prevent the Houthi militias from exploiting and recruiting the children in the fighting fronts in Yemen.
"In the case of the capture of child soldiers, the Kingdom treats them with proper treatment and hand them over to the Yemeni government in addition to enrolling them in rehabilitation programs for children who are recruited and affected by war to reintegrate them into society," Al-Aiban said.
He affirmed that the Kingdom continues in intensifying coordination with the international organizations in order to provide and deliver humanitarian aid, highlighting the projects of Yemen Comprehensive Humanitarian Operations (YCHO) and the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief) in Yemen.
Al-Aiban stressed that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is witnessing concrete developments in the field of human rights, including the rights of the child, including educational programs, training, workshops, lectures and awareness campaigns covering various aspects of the human rights, including the rights of the child.
Source: Saudi Press Agency