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The President of Reform meets an official of the Japanese Foreign Ministry and affirms the party’s keenness on comprehensive peace





The head of the Supreme Commission for the Yemeni Congregation for Reform, Mr. Muhammad Abdullah Al-Yadoumi, met on Sunday the Assistant Foreign Minister and Director General of the Middle East and Africa Department at the Japanese Foreign Ministry, Ambassador Kansuka Nagoka.

During the meeting, they discussed the latest developments in Yemen, in light of UN efforts to achieve peace.

Al-Yadoumi reiterated Islah’s keenness to establish peace based on the three references, as they represent the basis for comprehensive and sustainable peace, as it guarantees the confiscation of weapons in the hands of the state and its disarmament from militias.

He expressed his optimism that the Presidential Leadership Council would achieve the aspirations of Yemenis to end the coup, restore the state and improve the conditions of the people.

Al-Yadoumi noted the support of the brothers in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, praising the Japanese support provided to the government.

He expressed his hope that Japan would contribute to supporting development efforts in Yemen and providing humanitarian aid in light of the deterioration of the humanitarian situation resulting from the coup and the war ignited by the Houthi militia.

The head of the High Commission for Reform stressed that the truce represented an opportunity for the Houthi militia to prove its desire for peace and to meet concessions in good faith, explaining that the envoy’s flexibility encouraged the militia to become more intransigent and insist on continuing its aggressive approach.

For his part, the Japanese Assistant Foreign Minister, Ambassador Kansuka Nagoka, renewed his country’s welcome to the Presidential Leadership Council and its support for efforts for a political solution.

He explained that Japan provides support to Yemen in the humanitarian fields, and hopes for an improvement in the security situation to provide development support.

The meeting was attended by the Deputy Chairman of the Parliamentary Bloc, Head of Aden Reform, MP Ansaf Mayo, and the Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, Deputy Head of the Bloc, Head of Hadhramaut Reform, Eng. Mohsen Basura.

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