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Kuwait: Al-Houthi’s attacks require a quick and decisive international position

On (Wednesday), the Kuwaiti Cabinet expressed the state’s strong condemnation and denunciation of the Houthis’ continued attempts to threaten the security of Saudi Arabia, explaining that the continuation and escalation of these aggressive practices by targeting the security of the Kingdom and the stability of the region and ignoring the efforts of the international community to end the conflict in Yemen constitutes a flagrant violation of international law. and humane.

The Council affirmed, in a statement, that this matter requires the rapid intervention of the international community to stop these attacks and hold the perpetrators accountable, stressing the State of Kuwait’s full support for Saudi Arabia in all the measures it takes to preserve its security, stability and sovereignty.

He welcomed the appointment of Hans Grundberg as the UN envoy to Yemen, wishing him success in his new duties to continue the UN efforts aimed at putting an end to the conflict in Yemen in accordance with the three agreed references; The Gulf initiative and its executive mechanisms, the outcomes of the national dialogue, and Security Council Resolution No. 2216. He referred to the State of Kuwait’s continued support for international efforts aimed at reaching a political solution to the crisis that would end the suffering of the Yemeni people and achieve security and stability in the region.

The Council of Ministers also expressed its deep concern about the serious consequences of threatening the security and safety of maritime navigation in the waters leading to the Arabian Gulf and the areas surrounding the Sea of ​​Oman and the Arabian Sea, and affirmed its support for the statement of the UN Security Council last Monday on maritime security, appreciating the foundations and international references involved in it. Preserving the security and safety of these sea lanes, as they represent a major lifeline for the global economy.

He reiterated the importance of absolute commitment to all relevant international instruments and charters, especially the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea of ​​1982 and the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime of 2000. He looked forward to cooperating with the international community to achieve the security and safety of those corridors and the continued flow of global trade.


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