Malaysia welcomes the statement issued by Saudi Arabia aimed at resolving the conflict in Yemen

22 Sep 2023 05:17pm
Displaced Yemenis receive essential aid provided by the Norwegian Council to support those affected by flooding, in the northern Abs district of the Hajjah governorate on Sept 16. (Photo by ESSA AHMED / AFP)
Displaced Yemenis receive essential aid provided by the Norwegian Council to support those affected by flooding, in the northern Abs district of the Hajjah governorate on Sept 16. (Photo by ESSA AHMED / AFP)
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PUTRAJAYA - Malaysia welcomes the Saudi Arabian Foreign Affairs Ministry statement on Sept 14 about resolving the conflict in Yemen.

The declaration is a step in the right path toward building a lasting peace and a viable political settlement that is acceptable to all sides and also contains an invitation to a delegation from Sana'a, Yemen, to visit the Kingdom.

"Malaysia commends the efforts, led by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the Sultanate of Oman, and the United Nations Special Envoy for Yemen, to end the crisis in the country.

"This would certainly contribute towards peace, security, and stability in the region,” said a statement issued by the Malaysian Foreign Ministry (Wisma Putra).

On Sept 14, Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported that Saudi Arabia invited Yemen's Houthi delegation to Riyadh to continue ceasefire talks.

"The kingdom wanted to resume its and Oman's efforts to "reach a permanent and comprehensive ceasefire in Yemen and a sustainable political solution acceptable to all Yemeni parties," SPA added. - BERNAMA

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