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Cabinet calls on UN to take clear and candid stance towards Houthis
[20/03/2019 06:24]

ADEN-SABA
Yemen's Cabinet has called upon the United Nations and its Security Council to take a clear and candid stance towards Houthis as they persist in obstructing the implementation of the Stockholm Agreement since they signed it three years ago.

In a routine meeting in the temporary capital Aden today, the Cabinet emphasized the government's attitude in favor of an urgent and straightforward implementation of the UN-brokered deal.

rime Minister Maeen Abdulmalek briefed his government on the outcomes of the third High-Level Pledging Event for the Humanitarian Crisis in Yemen held on 26 February.


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