Tehran (IP) - Iran's Foreign Ministry Spokesman reacted to the removal of the Saudi regime from the blacklist of the children-rights violators and said the US and Saudi regime mock international mechanisms.

Iran PressIran news: In a tweet on Wednesday, Seyyed Abbas Mousavi wrote: "Just days after leveling baseless accusations against Iran, UN secretariat gives a free pass to Saudi-led coalition in #Yemen, despite admitting 100s of Yemeni children were killed by the coalition.

Saudi Arabia with its dollars and US with its bulling mock international mechanisms, Mousavi noted.

"UN secretary-general removed Saudi coalition from the list of child killers at a time when international organizations have acknowledged that great numbers of Yemeni children and young adults have lost their lives in disasters, including student bus bombings, airstrikes on homes and schools, and hospitals which their painful photos and news are deniable," he said also on Tuesday.

United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres announced on Monday the launching of the year’s edition of the United Nations annual report on children in conflict without the inclusion of Saudi coalition countries in the list of violators of children’s rights.

Amnesty International was the first human rights organization that denounced the decision of “UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to remove the Saudi coalition from the blacklist of entities that committed abuses against children.”The organization saw in a statement on Monday night that excluding the countries of the war coalition in Yemen from the list of shame questioned its mechanism. 212/104

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