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Cabinet welcomes AL summit final statement
[03/04/2019 05:58]

Yemen's Cabinet has welcomed the final statement of the Arab League summit held in the Tunisian capital on Sunday, especially the continuous united Arab support to the legitimate government and to the efforts to reach political resolution of the conflict with the Houthi militia.

In its regular meeting in Aden on Wednesday, the Cabinet appreciated the call of Arab leaders on the Houthi militia to honor the ceasefire and implement the Stockholm Agreement which the UN sponsored on December 13.

The Cabinet pointed to President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi's address to the summit especially his emphasis on peace and the government's offers and concessions in this regard versus the Houthi deliberate sabotage of all peace talks in different ways every time.

The Cabinet cited Hadi's call on the international community and the UN Security Council to take penal measures to end the Houthi dodging, delay and foot-dragging tactics towards offers of peace talks.

The Cabinet appreciated the statement's call for ending the Yemen crisis away from the external interventions in such a way that preserves Yemen's unity and independence and brings security and stability back to Yemen and the Arab Gulf region.

It also appreciated the statement's call for intensification of humanitarian aid deliveries to the Yemeni people so as to help them survive the serious crisis they are going through.

The Cabinet addressed the continuing Houthi denial of WFP officials access to grains stores for five months now and the consequent risk that thousands of tons of wheat will rot unused. The Cabinet called it a criminal act and an episode in the series of Houthi crimes that have been taking place since the coup of September 2014.

The Cabinet called upon the UN Security Council to take real measures against Houthis instead of verbal condemnations which don't subdue the coupist militia from their defiance to the public will and to the international community.

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