Prime Minister Dr. Maeen Abdul-Malik said that the Iranian-backed Houthi militia has rejected and is still working to fuel the cycle of conflict and deepen the suffering of Yemenis, and allow Tehran to use Yemen as a platform to target neighboring countries and destabilize the security and stability of the region and the corridors of international trade.
stressed During his meeting in the temporary capital, Aden, the British ambassador to Yemen, Richard OppenheimHowever, the time has come for the international community to take firm measures against these Houthi terrorist practices.
The meeting discussed, according to Saba Agency, aspects of coordination and viewpoints on various issues of common concern, the British role in support of completing the restoration of the state and ending the Houthi coup, putting an end to the threats of Iran’s arm in Yemen to neighboring countries and international navigation, and not dealing with all calls for peace, and what could be The United Nations and the international community are doing this.
The government’s efforts to achieve economic stability and alleviate the suffering of the Yemeni people, the financial and administrative reforms it is implementing and the international support required to support these efforts, were also reviewed, in addition to completing the implementation of the Riyadh Agreement in all its aspects.
The Prime Minister praised the British role in support of legitimacy and the Yemeni people, and its active and vital moves to support the government at the bilateral or international level in the Security Council, and push for peace based on the three agreed references.
He explained that this visit is an important message of support for the Yemeni government and people at this exceptional stage, which embodies the strength of bilateral relations between the two friendly countries and peoples.
The Prime Minister touched on what the government is doing to deal with various challenges and the path of public reforms, and the results of these efforts in stopping the deterioration of the currency and restoring the stability of goods and services, and the plans prepared to continue these efforts in a way that is reflected on the lives and lives of citizens and alleviating their suffering.
He affirmed the government’s determination to continue on the path of reforms, combating corruption and raising the efficiency of state institutions, pointing to the importance of stabilizing the government’s business and the need to complete the implementation of the Riyadh Agreement.
He also stressed the importance of the international community’s support for the government’s efforts and the provision of urgent economic support, as well as the role of friends in the United Kingdom in this aspect, pointing out that economic stability and restoring the path of growth is the main approach to addressing the humanitarian crisis.
In turn, the British ambassador expressed his happiness at visiting Aden, to support the efforts of the Prime Minister and his government to achieve economic stability, meet the needs of the Yemeni people, and complete the implementation of the Riyadh Agreement, pointing out the importance of relations between Britain and Yemen and keenness to strengthen these relations in various fields.
He also renewed his country’s keenness to achieve peace in Yemen, and its support for the legitimate government in its efforts.