Jordanian Foreign Minister discusses with a UN envoy efforts to reach a political solution to the Yemeni crisis



(dpa)


Posted on: Monday, April 25, 2022 – 19:37 | Last update: Monday, April 25, 2022 – 19:37

Today, Monday, in Amman, the Jordanian Foreign Minister discussed with the UN Secretary-General’s Special Envoy to Yemen, Hans Grundberg, the latest developments in Yemen and the international efforts to end the crisis through a political solution that restores brother Yemen’s security and stability, alleviates the sufferings of its fraternal people and fulfills its hopes for security and peace.

Safadi welcomed the two-month ceasefire announced by the UN in Yemen, which began in early April, and emphasized Jordan’s support for UN efforts and efforts to resolve the Yemeni crisis and its continued support for the Amman-based UN. -mission.

Al-Safadi also stressed the importance of intensifying efforts to reach a political solution based on the approved references, leading to an end to the crisis and guaranteeing the unity and territorial integrity of the fraternal Yemen.

Al-Safadi appreciated the great efforts made by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to reach a solution to the Yemeni crisis, and emphasized its country’s absolute support for the brothers in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates in every step they take. to protect their security and interests and stresses that security in the sister Arab Gulf states is an integral part of the security of the Kingdom.

In return, Grundberg reviewed recent developments and UN efforts to end the Yemeni crisis, and praised Jordan’s support for efforts to increase security and stability in the region and its host, the UN Special Envoy for Yemen and the UN Mission Headquarters. to support the Hudaydah Agreement.

The UN envoy welcomed the Jordanian government’s decision to agree to operate Yemeni Airlines flights from Sanaa International Airport to Queen Alia International Airport, and expressed its hope that all Yemeni parties will work constructively to allow flights to resume as planned. under the conditions of the announced ceasefire.

Yesterday, Sunday, the operation of the first commercial flight from Sanaa International Airport, based on the current ceasefire, faltered six years after it was suspended, due to accusations between the Yemeni government and the Houthis of having caused the flight delay.

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