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FM participates in 159th session of Arab League's council at ministerial level
[08/03/2023 05:15]

Cairo - Saba
Minister of Foreign, Dr. Ahmed Awad bin Mubarak, participated today, Wednesday, in the 159th session of the Council of the League of Arab States at the ministerial level, chaired by Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry, with the participation of the foreign ministers of the member states of the Arab League and the Secretary-General of the League.

In Yemen's speech delivered at the session, bin Mubarak said, "We meet today in light of the complex and turbulent regional and international circumstances and changes, to unify our visions and coordinate our steps and programs to address the dangerous consequences of this volatile world around us, as the crises leave repercussions and multiplying effects, especially on the countries that are ravaged by armed conflicts or are in the midst of the wars that we suffer from in Yemen as a result of the Houthi militia's coup against the legitimate, constitutional state.

He added, "The burdens of war have multiplied with the intensification of international crises such as climate change, and the repercussions of the coronavirus pandemic on the deteriorating health situation, in addition to the catastrophic effects resulting from inflation and economic stagnation that coincided with food insecurity, and the paralysis of various sectors of the economy and development, which led to the widening of famine among millions of our people.

He pointed out that the Ukrainian crisis, energy problems, damage to international supply chains, and ending with the devastating earthquake that struck Turkey and Syria recently, and all these events and crises require everyone to work hard and collectively and mobilize energies and efforts to confront these global challenges that threaten human life, and to strengthen cooperation between Arab countries.

In order to achieve the common interests of our peoples. He pointed out that Yemen is one of the countries affected by the consequences of the war in Ukraine and the resulting global food crisis, which negatively affected food supplies to Yemen, which imports about 46 percent of the total wheat imports from Russia and Ukraine.

Therefore, the humanitarian crisis in Yemen since the Houthi coup against the state in September 2014, and the non-delivery of goods and food resources to those who deserve them in various regions of Yemen, will exacerbate the humanitarian plight fueled by the Houthi militias' paths and their use of the deteriorating humanitarian situation of the Yemeni people to serve their political and military agendas and prolong the war.

The Minister stressed the importance of intensifying the role of Arab and international institutions and organizations in supporting the efforts and programs of the Yemeni government in facing the challenges of the living and services situation, and focusing on increasing contributions of an urgent nature in the development sectors and investing in reconstruction projects, restructuring and building productive sectors.

He touched on the great human suffering that Yemen is going through as a result of the Iranian-backed Houthi militia's coup against constitutional legitimacy, despite the Yemeni government's early efforts to end this coup and restore security and stability through negotiations, political dialogue and international initiatives aimed at reaching a comprehensive and sustainable solution.

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