BERLIN - SABA
Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates Ahmad Awadh Bin Mubarak has said the coupist Houthi militia is working on sweeping Yemeni culture and replacing it with foreign one threatening future of Yemen, the region and the world.
In a discussion session organized by Friedrich Ebert here on Tuesday, Bin Mubarak reviewed latest political and humanitarian developments in Yemen.
In a symposium on Yemen attended by a number of politicians, diplomats and researchers in Germany, Bin Mubarak talked about the political, economic and military dimensions of Yemen's crisis and the roots of the problem, which exhausted Yemen and its resources, confirming that the National Dialogue Conference, which brought together all Yemeni people formed modern political approach making Yemen one of democratic countries in the world.
But Houthi rebel militia's practices left tragedies resulting in tragic situations in their held areas.
He talked about peace chances, keenness of the government of Yemen on realizing permanent peace on the bases of the three internationally agreed upon references; the GCC Initiative, the Outcomes of the National Dialogue Conference and Security Council's Resolution 2216.
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