Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Abdul-Malik al-Mekhlafi said political solution in Yemen should beginby implementing the international resolutions, foremost of which is the UNSC resolution no. 2216, which will guarantee an end to the humanitarian catastrophe caused by the coup.
He said that in a press conference held today with the Director General of the King Salman Center for Relief and Humanitarian Action, Dr. Abdullah Al-Rabiah, at the Center's premises in Riyadh.
He said that the Saleh-Houthi coup militias "mobilize children to fight in their ranks, and the Yemeni government is reserved onthe inaccurate information and figures contained in the UN Secretary-General's report on Children,and that dialogue with the UN will continue in order to arrive at the correct facts."
He expressed thankson the Yemeni government's behalf to the Center's leadership for their relief aid to all parts of Yemen without discrimination.
He said that the militias are trying to propagandize the humanitarian suffering they caused and make a gain of that; further establishing their takeover.
Al-Rabiah said that "the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is keen to help the Yemeni people, and this is not new and not merely a temporary necessity, but a reflection of the two peoples' bonds of neighborliness and brotherhood." said the director general of the King Salman Center for Relief and Hu.
The two sides held a closed-door meeting, during which they discussed the areas of support provided by the Center and ways of coordinating efforts to make the assistance more effective.
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