Kuwait expressed its strong condemnation of the terrorist act that targeted the convoy of the governor of Aden and the Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries, which resulted in deaths and injuries.
This came during a meeting with the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates Affairs, Dr. Ahmed Awad bin Mubarak, today, on the sidelines of the high-level meeting to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the founding of the Non-Aligned Movement, held in the Serbian capital Belgrade, with the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs Sheikh Dr. Ahmed Nasser Morning, according to what was reported by Saba News Agency.
Sheikh Al-Sobh affirmed the State of Kuwait’s support for Yemen and with all the measures it is taking, expressing his country’s solidarity and firm support for the Yemeni government and its constant readiness to provide all possible support.
The Kuwaiti foreign minister indicated that peace requires giving priority to the interests of the Yemeni people and the renunciation of violence.
Al-Sabah affirmed Kuwait’s continued support for international efforts to bring about lasting and comprehensive peace in Yemen and to achieve the aspirations of the Yemeni people, who are eager to live in a unified and stable Yemen.
The two sides also discussed bilateral relations between the two countries and developments in Yemen, in addition to regional and international issues of common interest.
Bin Mubarak briefed his Kuwaiti counterpart on the latest political, security, economic and humanitarian developments in Yemen and the military escalation of the Houthi militias in the governorates of Ma’rib and Shabwa, which reflects the militias’ challenge to the international consensus to achieve peace, especially the unjust siege on the Abdiya district for weeks in light of a shameful international silence… stressing the importance of moving The international community to put pressure on the terrorist Houthi militia to lift this siege and allow the entry of food, medicine and humanitarian aid.
The two sides agreed on the importance of adhering to the three references, foremost of which is Resolution No. 2216, as a basis for any political understandings with the aim of establishing peace, stopping the war and restoring the state… stressing the importance of moving forward in implementing the Riyadh Agreement.