Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates Ahmad Awadh bin Mubarak discussed Friday with US Envoy to Yemen Tim Linder King latest developments and realizing peace in Yemen.
Bin Mubarak confirmed that the way for regaining peace in Yemen starts with putting pressure on Houthi militia to stop its military aggression on Yemeni people and accept inclusive ceasefire.
These things will be reflected positively on different domains, especially those associated with alleviating the disastrous economic and humanitarian effects left by this destructive war triggered by Houthi militia, said bin Mubarak.
He made it clear that Houthi militia's acts on the ground reflects clearly their rejection to all international efforts and initiatives to reach an inclusive and sustainable political solution ending the war in Yemen.
But the recent Houthi militia's attack on Makha Port, which represents significant outlet for humanitarian assistances for several provinces and continuous attacks on Marib and displaced people do not reflect any truthful wish to the militia to return to negotiating table and realizing peace in Yemen, he said.
He renewed government's aspirations for putting pressure on Houthi militia by the US and international community to stop its aggression and violations against citizens, affirming government's commitment of exerting efforts for inclusive and sustainable peace in Yemen in accordance with the three agreed upon initiatives; the GCC Initiative, the outcomes of the National Dialogue Conference and UN Resolution 2216.
For his part, the US envoy confirmed his country's position on ending the war and realizing inclusive peace in Yemen, pointing out to exerting more efforts and working with all parties to alleviate intensity of humanitarian crisis in Yemen and ensuring arrival of humanitarian assistance to all areas.
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