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2021-06-25 00:00:00

The Southern Transitional Council welcomes the Saudi initiative to end Yemeni crisis

Council News
2021-03-24 00:22:00

The Southern Transitional Council announced that it welcomed the initiative presented by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to end the Yemeni crisis and to reach a comprehensive political solution.

In the statement issued by Mr. Ali Abdullah Al-Kathiri, the member of the Council's Presidency and the official spokesman for the Council, the Transitional Council expressed appreciation for the keenness and efforts of the Arab Coalition countries led by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia towards the establishment of lasting peace and stabilization in the South and Yemen.

Hereunder is the statement:

Press Statement

The Southern Transitional Council welcomes "the Kingdom's initiative to end the Yemeni crisis and to reach a comprehensive political solution", and appreciates the keenness and efforts of the Arab Coalition countries, led by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, towards establishing lasting peace and stabilizing the South and Yemen.

The Southern Transitional Council stresses the importance of the initiative of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in terms of its inclusiveness of all parties as a real guarantee of progress towards a permanent solution, in a way that guarantees the representation of all parties, and in the priority of that the legitimate national aspirations of the people of the South, and their right to restore and build their state, identity and sovereignty.

The Council also stresses the urgent necessity to find urgent solutions to the escalating humanitarian crisis and the comprehensive economic collapse, expressing its deep regret at the difficult living conditions that the people face, affirming that it will do everything in its power to ensure affording the minimum basic needs of the people in the South.

Ali Abdullah Al-Kathiri

Member of the Presidency of the Southern Transitional Council

Spokesperson of the Transitional Council

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