The Yemeni president highlights the sacrifices of his country to promote peace and stability in the region


The Yemeni president highlights the sacrifices of his country to promote peace and stability in the region

Yemeni President Abdurbo Mansour Hadi reiterated his country's long-term commitment to peace, saying that "this is our choice for which we have made great sacrifices for the benefit of our people and our society and to achieve peace and stability in the region and the world."

This came during the Yemeni President's meeting with the Assistant Secretary General of the United Nations for Political Affairs Rosemary DiCarlo and the accompanying delegation, in the presence of his deputy, Lieutenant General Ali Mohsen Saleh, during which they discussed a number of issues related to the Yemeni issue and prospects for peace.

During the meeting, the Yemeni president reviewed the stages of cooperation, partnership and outstanding support provided by the United Nations and the unprecedented consensus of Yemen and its legitimate leadership since the transformation process in Yemen to overcome its challenges and lay the foundations of security and peace and success of the consensus of the Yemeni people through the outputs of the national dialogue and its support of UN resolutions and condemning the rebellion and coup of Huthi militias Introduction to Resolution 2216.

The Yemeni president said that his country has provided all facilities to the United Nations envoys to ensure the success of their duties during their work periods and in all peace stations, and most recently the support given to Martin Griffith in the success of his duties and the implementation of the Stockholm agreement related to Hodeidah despite the intransigence of the coup militias to the failure to comply with the provisions of that agreement And the identification with him by the UN envoy, which created pressure and popular and national rejection of all components and government institutions and before that of our government team involved in the implementation of that agreement on the ground.

For her part, UN Assistant Secretary-General for Political Affairs Rosemary DiCarlo expressed her pleasure at the reception and meeting of the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, who affirmed the United Nations commitment to peace in Yemen and affirmed the support of the international community for Yemen and its legitimate leadership. United nations.

"We look forward to peace and to your efforts in this regard and appreciate the risks that you have borne in this regard. We encourage and commit to peace in accordance with the three principles of the Gulf Initiative, the outcomes of the national dialogue and the relevant UN resolutions and their commitment to follow up the implementation of the Swedish agreement, .

She pointed out that the presence of the United Nations teams in Yemen aims to provide possible assistance and not to any permanent presence or other objective, stressing the importance of tripartite monitoring and verification in any deployments and to respect the paths of legal authority and remove barriers to them in accordance with the Stockholm Convention, pointing to their direct involvement and follow-up As well as the Secretary-General of the United Nations for the steps of peace and its upcoming details in Yemen.

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