Foreign Minister of Yemen: The Houthi militia has wasted every chance pace

Yemeni Foreign Minister Ahmed bin Mubarak said on Thursday that the Houthi militia has deliberately missed many opportunities to advance the political process in Yemen, due to its rejection of all initiatives pace international and regional.

Bin Mubarak stressed that the Houthis continue their intransigence in refusing to shoot and their threat to international shipping by deploying naval mines and launching attacks on commercial and civilian ships, pointing to the piracy of the militia on the ship “Rawabi” and its rejection of all. calls for the release of the ship and its crew.

This took place during a virtual meeting he held with the Norwegian Foreign Minister, Anken Hoetveldet, to discuss the latest political, economic and military developments. in Yemen and efforts to achieve the pace.

The meeting discussed the repercussions of the military escalation of the Houthi militia and its rejection of the ceasefire proposals on the Yemeni people, especially economically, according to the official Yemeni news agency.

It also touched upon the serious violations and threats perpetrated by the Houthi militia in the Red Sea and the recent acts of piracy against one of the civilian ships flying the flag of the Emirates, as well as continuing to land mines indiscriminately and attack merchant ships.

The meeting examined the efforts made to address the issue of the safest oil reservoir and the importance of continuing those efforts to spare Yemen and the region the risk of a potential environmental disaster due to the continued refusal of the Houthi militia to cooperate. in constructive way with the United Nations to inspect and maintain the tank and avoid the risk of oil leaks or explosions.

The Norwegian Minister of Foreign Affairs stressed his country’s continued support for Yemen, its unity and territorial integrity and the continuation of efforts to reach a peaceful solution leading to the end of the war and the restoration of security and stability in Yemen. .