Minister of Legal Affairs Dr. Nihal al-Awlaqi discussed on Monday with US Ambassador to Yemen Mathew Tueller latest developments in Yemen.
Al-Awlaqi confirmed that the government welcomes any peace talks in accordance with the three references; Gulf Initiative, the Outcomes of the National Dialogue Conference and the UN Resolution 2216 to guarantee sustainable and inclusive peace working on ending the coup and withdrawal from cities.
She confirmed that the war ignited by the militia has resulted in a catastrophe on the Yemeni people in different fields.
She made it clear that the government participated in all talks for realizing peace and provided concessions for the sake of peace and rescuing Yemeni people, but Houthis rejected all initiatives and repelled against peace agreements.
Al-Awlaqi pointed out that the continuation of weapon trafficking to Houthis by Iran and support to Houthis increase the suffering of the Yemeni people and escalating the conflict, posing threat to the regional and international security, calling for support of the international community, led by the United States to exert strong pressure on Iran to stop supplying Houthi militia with weapons.
She valued US active role to Yemen's government and enrooting peace foundations.
For his part, the US diplomat renewed his country's support to Yemen in different fields.