The Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Anwar bin Muhammad Gargash, discussed with Ahmed Awad bin Mubarak, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriate Affairs of Yemen, the latest developments in the Yemeni file, politically, on the ground, and in the humanitarian field, as well as ways to strengthen and develop common historical relations.
Gargash congratulated Dr. Ahmed Awad bin Mubarak for his appointment to his new position, and discussed with him during the meeting, which took place through visual communication technology, the support of the Yemeni people in order to restore the state and move towards achieving what the Yemeni people seek in terms of establishing peace and achieving development and stability in Yemen.
Gargash affirmed the UAE’s support for the Riyadh Agreement and cooperation in everything that achieves security, stability and access to comprehensive and sustainable peace in Yemen. He condemned the attempts to thwart the implementation of the Riyadh Agreement and undermined the work of the new Yemeni government and renewed condemnation of the treacherous attack that targeted Aden airport about a month ago and threatened the lives of members of the government and went He was killed by a number of innocent civilians.
Gargash and Ahmed Awad bin Mubarak affirmed that the Houthi coup militias bear full responsibility for the humanitarian crises that Yemen and Yemenis suffer, and they stressed the importance of the international community exercising real pressure to achieve the international will and the will of the Yemeni people and engage positively and sincerely in the peace process, the outcomes of international conferences and the decisions of the Council. International security related to the crisis that Yemen and the Yemenis have been experiencing for years.
The Minister of State for Foreign Affairs emphasized the importance of discussing ways to advance a political solution within a clear UN program that ends the suffering of the Yemeni people.
Gargash condemned the attacks carried out by the Houthi militia on the territory of the sisterly Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the continuous targeting of civilians, and stressed the need for the United Nations to undertake a more effective and strict effort to stop Houthi violations of Saudi lands and airspace and targeting civilian sites there, including intensifying international monitoring to stop the smuggling of weapons into the territories Yemen is in violation of Resolutions 2216 and 2231, which undermines the security and stability of the entire region.
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