Grundberg promises transparency to move the political process forward in Yemen

Today, Thursday, the special envoy of the United Nations Secretary General in Yemen, Hans Grundberg, pledged to adhere to the principle of transparency and impartiality as a mediator to advance the political process in Yemen.

During his meeting in New York with the Permanent Representative of Yemen to the United Nations, Ambassador Abdullah Al-Saadi, Grundberg expressed his aspiration to work with the Yemeni government and continue efforts to end the war and achieve pace, as quoted by the official Yemeni news agency.

In turn, Yemen’s delegate to the United Nations affirmed the government’s enthusiasm to “achieve one pace global and sustainable based on the terms of reference for the agreed political solution, its welcome and positive interaction with all initiatives and proposals for pace and by providing full support to the Special Envoy’s efforts to resume the political process and reach a political solution that ends the war and the coup. “”.

He stressed the importance of continuing the efforts made during the last period and building on them and putting pressure on the Houthi militias to accept the option of pace and comply with the UN Secretary-General’s call for a global cessation – shoot without preconditions and engage in the political process.

The envoy is expected to present his first briefing to the Security Council tomorrow, Friday, September 10, his office officially announced on his Twitter account.

The briefing should focus on developments in Yemen and the principles that will guide him in his duties, before he begins his visits to the region and meets the leaders of both sides in conflict in the legitimate government and the Houthi group.

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