The continuing conflict in Yemen caused a severe humanitarian crisis and famine for millions of citizens, with the UN envoy for Yemen Martin Griffiths calling on the fighting parties to accept his proposed peace plan.
Confirming that the international community validates and supports his proposal, Martin Griffiths, who on Monday accompanied the five permanent members of the Security Council (United States, Russia, China, France and the United Kingdom) and Germany, Sweden, Kuwait Have left the talks. The European Union as well as the parties, particularly the Houthi rebels, urged them to accept a solution.
He said, ‘Now we need to come to an agreement from all sides. This is all, ”he said during a Security Council video conference dedicated to Yemen, assuring that the latter had gained the international community’s approval.
He said “the international community represented by this council” is united “with a central, clear and consistent message: that the only way out of the conflict is a political solution to the dialogue”.
According to the proposed peace plan, the government of both sides, namely Abd Rabbo Hadi and the Houthi rebels, should follow the ceasefire, so that roads connecting the north and south of the country can be opened to allow free movement. Before the launch of the political peace process to the people, along with humanitarian aid and goods.
But this option is not liked by both parties, especially the rebel Houthi militants who instigated the war and put the country in the world’s most serious humanitarian crisis, according to UN information.
This is the same line adopted by the United States, which “urged to react by mouth and engage the product,” said Linda Thomas-Greenfield, US Ambassador to the United Nations.
Blaming the chaotic situation Yemen currently holds on the Houthi rebels, the US ambassador regretted that “the Houthis’ actions to date do not convince us that they are committed to a peaceful resolution of the conflict.”
“The Houthi offensive in Marib continues to claim life among the Yemenis, including internally displaced people,” she said.
In 2014, the Iranian-backed Houthi uprising sparked war in Yemen, killing thousands and leading millions to starvation.