Yemen's envoy to Arab League Riyadh Al-Aqbari said:" American President announcement his intention to move US embassy to Al-Qods and to recognize it as a capital of Israel not only would block fair and comprehensive peace but would further increase anti-American sentiment and rage , consequentially negatively impacting potential efforts aiming to revive peace process".
Speaking at an extraordinary meeting of Arab League suggested by the State of Palestine, Al-Aqbari added: " any unfair and irresponsible move to relocate the US embassy to Al-Qods would be flagrant violation of International Law and an act legalizing to take control over other peoples lands by force, it is a reckless act contributes to disturbing international security and order".
Yemen's ambassador to Arab League warned that such a move by the US administration will produce wide range of serious implications and cause deep concern around the world." It will be a hostile action raises deep worldwide concerns", he said.
Al-Aqbari demanded the heads of governments, international organizations and Civil Society and public opinion leaders to urge the US administration to abide by International Law articles.
"The Republic of Yemen warns of the perilous of the move to recognize Al-Qods as a capital of the occupation state", he said.
Al-Aqbari reiterated Yemen's support to the Palestinian people's rights enshirined in all international laws and legislations'
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