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Houthi condemnation hailed

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KUWAIT CITY, Jan 22 : Kuwait’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs welcomed the statement issued by the UN Security Council earlier Friday to condemn strongly the terrorist attacks by the Houthi militias on facilities in sisterly UAE. The statement of the Council reaffirms the seriousness of the Houthi militias’ behavior, threatening peace and security in the region, the Ministry said in a press release tonight. It also shows the importance the Council attaches to the Yemeni cause, the Ministry noted, urging the Council to double effort to force the Houthi militias into responding positively to the ceasefire calls and the UN envoy’s efforts to resume political consultations among the Yemeni parties.

In this photo provided by Ansar Allah Media Office, a man is rescued early Friday, Jan. 21, 2022, after Saudi-led airstrikes targeted a site in the contested city of Hodeida, Yemen. A Saudi-led airstrike targeting a prison run by Yemen’s Houthi rebels killed and wounded detainees on Friday, rescuers said. (AP)

A political solution to the Yemeni crisis should be consistent with the three reference points, namely the GCC initiative and its executive mechanisms, the outcomes of the national dialogue conference and the UNSC Resolution 2216, it stressed. The Ministry renewed Kuwait’s support to all efforts by the international community aiming to reach a political settlement to the crisis. Secretary-General of the Gulf Cooperation Council Dr. Nayef Al-Hajraf welcomed the statement issued by the UN Security Council earlier Friday to condemn in the strongest terms the terrorist attacks by the Houthi militias on UAE facilities. The statement affirms once again the importance the international community attaches to the Yemeni crisis caused by the Houthi militias through their coup against constitutional legitimacy in the country, Dr. Al- Hajraf said in a press release. (KUNA)

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