Yemen’s foreign minister calls for end to Iranian interference

Yemen’s foreign minister calls for end to Iranian interference
Yemen’s foreign minister calls for end to Iranian interference

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ADEN — Yemeni Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriate Affairs Ahmed Awad bin Mubarak underlined the importance of stopping the Iranian regime's interference in Yemen's internal affairs, highlighting that the Iranian Revolutionary Guard’s support for the Houthis confirms the extremist nature of the two groups.

The Yemeni minister made the remarks during his virtual meeting with his Irish counterpart, Simon Coveney, on Thursday, Yemeni News Agency (Saba) reported.

Mubarak warned of the ongoing danger posed by the stricken Safer oil tanker which has been held by the Houthis, and the environmental, humanitarian and economic threat to Yemen and the region.,

The Yemeni foreign minister also called for an end to the militia’s manipulation of this issue and not allowing the UN’s technical team to access it, assess its condition and empty it.

For his part, the Irish foreign minister reiterated his country's keenness on the security, stability, and unity of Yemen and the readiness to contribute to achieving a political settlement and supporting the Yemeni issue in the UN Security Council during Ireland's current membership in the council.


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