Foreign Minister: Houthi militia continued to obstruct the peace process and did not abide by any agreement
Yemeni Foreign Minister Mohammed al-Hadhrami said the Houthi militia continued to obstruct the peace process and did not abide by any agreement.
This was made in our country's speech at the 18th Summit of the Non-Aligned Movement, held in the Azerbaijani capital Baku, with the participation of 120 countries, 17 observer countries and 10 international organizations.
"The Houthi militias have not committed to any agreements and have continued their war and obstructed the peace process, ignoring the efforts of the United Nations and the Security Council and its relevant resolutions, particularly Resolution 2216," he said.
The minister praised "the determined efforts and support of the brothers in Saudi Arabia to end the armed rebellion in Aden through the Jeddah dialogue, and the return of the state with all its institutions and authorities to Aden."
"The Republic of Yemen respects the 10 Principles of Bandung, chief among which is the principle of non-interference in the internal affairs of states and respect for their sovereignty and territorial integrity," he added.
He also stressed that "Yemen respects the right of states to defend themselves in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations and to support freedom from colonialism in all its forms."
On the Palestinian issue, Al-Hadhrami said that "the cause of Palestine will remain the core issue of stability in the Middle East and the world, which is a priority in the Non-Aligned Movement because of its fairness and consistency with the principles and objectives for which this movement originated."