Arab League: Houthi militias are motivated by foreign programs

The secretary general of the League of Arab States, Ahmed Aboul Gheit, warned that Houthi militia driven by foreign agendas.

Aboul Gheit stated, in a speech during the informal interactive dialogue session between the UN Security Council and the Arab League on Wednesday that “the Houthi militias imagine they can control Yemen by force and insist on continuing the fighting despite the catastrophic humanitarian situation in Country.”

Efforts of pace advanced

It is noteworthy that the United Nations envoy in Yemen, Hans Grundberg, on Friday reiterated the efforts of the United Nations to establish the pace in Yemen.

During his meeting with Yemeni Foreign Minister Ahmed Awad bin Mubarak, Grundberg emphasized the quest to move forward towards achieving the pace and support for security and stability in the country.

Arab League: Houthi militias are motivated by foreign programs

Yemeni foreign minister and United Nations envoy in Yemen

He also stressed that he will work to find the best ways to evaluate previous efforts and overcome existing challenges, and he will try to listen to everyone. in a way that guarantees to move forward to achieve the pace in Yemen and supporting the aspirations of the Yemeni people who yearn for security, the pace and stability.

The disruptive role of Iran

For his part, the Yemeni minister assured the UN envoy of government support for him and facilitating his tasks in a way that serves the pace, ending the coup and the war and restoring the state.

He highlighted, according to the Yemeni news agency, the Iranian role sabotage in Yemen and the region.

In this regard, he stressed that the three agreed references, first of all Resolution 2216, will remain the basis for achieving a pace just and global that guarantees equality among all Yemenis, renounces violence and bullying and monopolizes weapons in the hands of the state. , and appeal to the choices of the Yemeni people through a return to via democratic.

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