RIYADH - SABA
Foreign Minister, Dr. Ahmed Awad bin Mubarak, discussed today, during a phone call, with the Special Envoy of the Secretary-General of the United Nations for Yemen, Hans Grundberg, the latest developments in Yemen, the Houthis' continuous threats to regional peace and security, and international efforts to achieve peace in Yemen.
The Foreign Minister stressed that the recent Houthi escalation, whether by daily targeting of civilians in residential neighborhoods in Yemeni cities using ballistic missiles and drones, or by targeting countries in the region and threatening international navigation, constitutes a serious threat to regional and international peace and security in service of the Iranian agenda, and reflects the extent of Iranian involvement in violating the arms embargo against the coupist militias and directing them in accordance with their destructive project, pointing to the importance of concerted international efforts to put an end to these threats.
For his part, the Special Envoy expressed his concern over the recent escalation of events in Yemen and the region, noting that despite the great challenges facing peace efforts, he will continue his efforts aimed at establishing an inclusive political process that guarantees the return of security and stability to Yemen.
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