The Permanent Representative of Yemen to the United Nations in New York Abdullah Al Saadi Individual meetings with the permanent delegates of the new members of the Security Council, Brazil, Gabon and Ghana, where he underlined the important role of these countries in dealing with the Yemeni crisis.
And the Yemeni news agency reported Wednesday that Al-Saadi has passed in with the three delegates he reviewed political developments, economic and humanitarian conditions, underlining the aspiration to make greater efforts to tackle the Yemeni crisis “by increasing the level of pressure on the Houthi militias”. and the Iranian regime behind them to comply with the efforts of pace and to abandon the military option “.
And the three countries will occupy seats on the Security Council from next January.
Al-Saadi also affirmed “the Yemeni government’s commitment to a peaceful solution to end the crisis through a UN-led political process. in compliance with locally and internationally agreed references “.
He said: “The Yemeni government has made many concessions to end the conflict, preserve Yemeni blood and alleviate the human suffering caused by the Houthi coup. It welcomed all initiatives and proposals aimed at achieving a pace global and sustainable, and has positively committed to all efforts to achieve this goal, including welcoming the UN Secretary-General’s invitation. “a global ceasefire.
He added that the government also welcomed the Saudi initiative, but it was met with “the intransigence of the Houthi militias, their rejection of all initiatives, their continued escalation and the compromising of the suffering of the Yemeni by refusing to respect the ceasefire, which represents the first important step to alleviate human suffering and to continue their brutal attack on the Governorate of Marib, which has become a refuge. ” The latter is for millions of displaced people and in escape from crimes and violations of the Houthis.
For their part, delegates from Brazil, Gabon and Ghana expressed their countries’ full support for the Yemeni government and the achievement of pace and stability in Yemen through the UN-led political process.
The three delegates also stressed “the need for an immediate commitment to the ceasefire, stopping the escalation of the Houthis in Marib and returning to the dialogue table”, and indicated their willingness to work with all members of the Council of Security to translate the Council’s commitment to Yemen’s sovereignty, independence, unity and territorial integrity, according to the agency.
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