He also said airstrikes by the Arab coalition, backed by the USA, "must cease in all populated areas in Yemen". The Armed Conflict Location and Event Data Project (ACLED), an independent watchdog, recently said around 56,000 Yemenis had been killed in violence.
Saudi Arabia's alleged human rights violations are not limited to that country but have expanded beyond its borders, since there is an endless war in Yemen.
The latest fighting comes a day after the Yemeni government said it welcomed efforts to restore peace following calls by key United States officials and the UN's envoy to Yemen Martin Griffiths for warring parties to come to the table "within a month".
The Security Council is expected to hear from Griffiths on November 16 and diplomats say the U.S., Britain and France are drafting a resolution to support peace efforts and address the humanitarian crisis.
On Thursday, Yemen's internationally recognised government said it was ready to re-start peace talks with the Houthis after recent efforts to meet ended in failure. "Let's see. We know that pressure is being mounted from all sides on the parties to stop hostilities".
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Mr. Cappelaere, who visited the war-torn Red Sea port city of Hodeida and the capital Sanaa over the past two days as clashes and airstrikes intensified, said both Yemeni government and Houthi rebel authorities are being uncooperative. In September, the Saudi-led coalition admitted that mistakes were made in an August airstrike that killed 40 children, an event considered an apparent war crime by the United Nations human rights body.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Friday appealed for an end to the war in Yemen and laid out steps the parties in the conflict must take to move forward, warning that continued fighting would result in the country's worst starvation in a decade.
Since the intervention, almost 10,000 civilians have been killed, according to the World Health Organization.
"We must do all we can to maximize the chances for success", Guterres further said, calling for commercial and humanitarian imports of food, fuel and other essentials to be allowed into Yemen without restrictions.
Armed Conflict Location & Event Data Project (ACLED) said that at least 56,000 people have died in the Yemen war, a figure much higher than the 10,000 figure given by most news agencies.