A UN expert team has advised the Security Council to form an international committee to investigate violations committed by all parties to the conflict in Yemen, news agencies reported on Wednesday.
The team condemned indiscriminate attacks killing civilians by the parties including the Saudi-led coalition urging investigations into violations of international law in the country, according to reports.
The team's report has particularly focused on violations by the coalition including a blockade on all Yemeni sea, land and air ports as airstrikes are continuing to target civilians and infrastructures.
The blockade, which was said to be aimed at monitoring Yemen's routes in order to prevent weapons from reaching the Houthi militants, has deprived the country of all supplies deepening the humanitarian crisis.
The UN has lately blamed most of the civilian casualties since the conflict escalated in late March on airstrikes.
Around 8.000 people have died and more than 13.000 others have been injured in the conflict, according to a recent report by the authorities in Sanaa.
In September, the Netherlands put forward a proposal for an international inquiry into alleged wars crimes in Yemen which was later dropped.
Instead of the proposal, the UN asked the governments of Yemen and Saudi Arabia to investigate all violations including attacks on civilians.
The two countries primarily through the coalition have failed to do the job.