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Iraq welcomes the agreement of the parties to the "conflict" in Yemen to a cease-fire

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Iraq welcomes the agreement of the parties to the "conflict" in Yemen to a cease-fire

Post by claud39 on Fri Dec 14, 2018 9:59 pm


Iraq welcomes the agreement of the parties to the "conflict" in Yemen to a cease-fire


The Iraqi government on Friday welcomed the decision of the parties to the conflict in Yemen to agree to a ceasefire in the city of Hodeidah.

"We welcome the agreement of the parties to the conflict in Yemen to a ceasefire in the city of Hodeidah," a foreign ministry statement said.

"It is an important step towards ending this crisis, which is affecting the Yemeni people."

The Foreign Ministry expressed its "hope to reach the parties to the Yemeni crisis to further understandings on outstanding issues in preparation for a comprehensive solution."

The statement praised "the active role played by UN envoy Martin Griffith in bringing the views closer and making this round of negotiations a success."

Source: RT

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