Kuwait calls on the Security Council to compel the Houthis to implement all its resolutions

Kuwait calls on the Security Council to compel the Houthis to implement all its resolutions

The State of Kuwait called on the Security Council to compel the al-Houthi armed group to implement all the Council's resolutions on Yemen in order to achieve peace in the country.

In a speech to the Security Council on Yemen, Kuwait said, "the absence of unwarranted Iranian-backed Houthi militia to participate in the Geneva round of consultations on Yemen has been a link in their ongoing violations of international law and international humanitarian law and their lack of commitment The resolutions of the international legitimacy of the relevant resolutions of the Security Council.  "

The Permanent Representative of Kuwait to the United Nations, Ambassador Mansour al-Otaibi, added in his speech, "we heard during the briefing of the UN Secretary-General's Special Envoy to Yemen, Martin Griffiths, on the efforts of the United Nations to hold a round of consultations for the Yemeni parties in Geneva, which unfortunately did not Successful because of the deliberate absence of the putschists, despite the existence of all the appropriate conditions to hold them and the attempt by a number of parties to overcome all obstacles to ensure their participation.

Al-Otaibi pointed out that the round of consultations, although not held, proved to be the party seeking a peaceful political solution based on the relevant Security Council resolutions, and the party that does not wish to make any progress in the political process in Yemen and through its exploitation of international and regional efforts aimed at giving precedence to the solution To deepen and prolong the effects of the crisis without regard for the human suffering of the Yemeni people, who aspire to a secure and stable life.


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