Committee to Be Established By UK, Saudi, US, UAE for Addressing Yemen War

November 16, 2018

A committee was established for addressing the economic and humanitarian aid crisis of Yemen by Saudi, US, UAE, and UK. Ambassadors and senior officials of these four states met in Riyadh to identify measures that are aimed to stabilize the economy of Yemen by calling on the international community for supporting the peace process which is ongoing. The four nations also agreed to establish an advisory committee which will meet once every month so that they establish measures that the aimed to stabilize the currency, management of the currency flows of Yemen. They are also aiming to support the Yemeni government to improve the economic management of the country.

The quartet nations have also expressed support the efforts that have been taken up by the UN envoy to Yemen, Martin Griffiths to bring all sides of the conflict to the table that is to be negotiated so that they can work on a particular political situation. He is also expected to give a brief to the UN Security Council on the progress of the peace talks that will be held in the next month. According to the words of the Foreign Minister of Saudi Arabia, Adel Al Jubeir, said that the kingdom will always support the peace efforts that are being led by them to bring an end to the war in Yemen. He said that he and his entire country support the peaceful solution that has been thought of in Yemen. They will also support the efforts that have been taken up by Martin Griffiths, the UN envoy to Yemen.

The development will come following Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, who held talks with the Al Islah party of Yemen. During the meeting, the developments were reviewed by Sheikh Mohammed that the latest developments in Yemen with chairman of Al Islah, Colonel Mohammed Abdullah Al Yidoumi and secretary-general Abdulwahab Ahmad Al Anisi.