Ambassadors and military attachés of the Saudi-led Coalition for supporting legality in Yemen have renewed their condemnation of continuous interference in Yemen to further agitate the crisis through the rebellious militia and provide them with weapons, ammunitions and ballistic missiles in flagrant violation of the International Security Council resolutions 2216 and 2231.
This came during their meeting held in the headquarters of Saudi Foreign Ministry in Riyadh. The gathering devoted to discuss the latest developments in Yemen, review efforts by the Coalition to support legality in Yemen in the political, economic, military and humanitarian fields, in addition to coordination and cooperation between the key actors.
The ambassadors and military attachés have reiterated their strong denouncement of the continuous crimes of killings and atrocities against the group's poetical opponents, besieging towns and cities and recruiting children Sana'a and elsewhere in the regions still under the militia control.
The ambassadors blamed the Houthi militia for its continuation to intimidate the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia with firing ballistic missiles on its cities and the militia's threatening to security and safety of water passages.
The attendees have confirmed their support for efforts made by the UN Secretary General envoy to Yemen Isma'iI Ould Sheikh Ahmed that seek for bringing about political solution based on the GCC's Initiative, outcomes of the National Dialogue and UN Security Council resolution 2216. They blamed Houthi militia for refusing political solution and the good offices have been made by the UN envoy to Yemen.
The also stressed the importance of keeping on coordination and cooperation between the Coalition member states and the UN envoy including his suggestion about Hodeida seaport within the framework of the desired solution.
The ambassadors condemned the Houthi militia continuous attempts to block Humanitarian actions and take control over humanitarian assistance, deny humanitarian organizations access several regions in
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