Prime Minister Ma'een Abdulmalik received Wednesday US Especial Envoy to Yemen Tim Linder King, discussing with him UN and international efforts for realizing peace in Yemen and Houthi militia's military escalation, targeting civilians in Marib and Yemeni ports, the recent attack was attacking Makha Port by ballistic rocket and five drones.
The meeting stressed significance of imminent stop of Houthi military escalation in different warfronts, stopping its crimes against civilians and displaced people as basic step towards political solution.
Significance of UN and international action against Houthi militia to pressure them and their supporter Iran to respond to peaceful solution, was also discussed.
The meeting also discussed humanitarian and economic situation in Yemen and Houthi militia's practices, which complicated humanitarian catastrophe, as well as support to the government to alleviate suffering of Yemeni people.
The meeting touched upon Riyadh Agreement and continuous efforts for implementing all of its articles.
For his part, the US envoy confirmed that realizing peace in Yemen is possible, pointing out to continuous efforts in this framework.
He said that they will work with Yemen's partners in the region and in the world to put the economic situation within their priority in working with the government.
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