Today, Wednesday, the foreign ministers of the Gulf Cooperation Council called on all countries to include the Houthi militia on their lists of “terrorism”.
At the conclusion of the 152nd session of the Ministerial Council of the Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf, the ministers stressed the need to impose an arms embargo on these militias.
The statement called on the international community to put pressure on the Houthis to lift the siege on the city of Taiz and open the crossings there, and urged a firm response to the dangerous spread of missiles and marches in the region.
He condemned the continued Iranian interference in Yemen’s internal affairs and the smuggling of military experts and weapons to the Houthi group.
He stressed the necessity of Tehran’s commitment to the principles of good neighborliness, respect for state sovereignty, non-interference in internal affairs, resolving disputes by peaceful means, and non-use or threat of force.
It is noteworthy that the closed Gulf meeting was launched earlier today, at the headquarters of the General Secretariat in Riyadh, in the presence of the foreign ministers of the Gulf Cooperation Council countries, and discussed regional and international developments, and developments in the region, as well as the strategic relations between the GCC countries and the countries and global blocs.