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Presentation: UK welcomes efforts, by all parties, to build upon the relative peace we continue to see in Yemen

Most steps towards a negotiated, Yemeni-led political settlement below UN auspices, are guidelines towards the longstanding peace that will Yemenis deserve. Thank you Leader. This is the only way to fully address the particular humanitarian situation, which continues to be dire across the country. And let me thank Exclusive Envoy Grundberg and USG Griffiths for your briefings. We have been hugely grateful for the function they and their teams continue to do for the Yemeni people. As Martin has outlined, the introduction of mahram requirements in the northern, does the very opposite. Lastly, I want to reiterate our worry about the delays surrounding the operation to salvage the FSO SAFER tanker that the UK has dispersed £6 million in funding. The UK welcomes initiatives, by all parties, to create upon the relative peacefulness we continue to see. We call for an immediate end to restrictions that curtail Yemeni women’s ability to both deliver and access crucial help and remain employed. With the launch from the Humanitarian Response Plan in late this month, the UK promotes all donors, current or prospective, to stay committed to relieving the suffering of the Yemeni people. Thank you. The Houthi block upon oil exports has stepped the Government of Yemen straight into dire economic straits. All of us urge the international neighborhood to take all steps to reduce this impact and assistance Yemen’s government at this critical time. Mr Chief executive, To ensure access to lifesaving assistance, we further ask authorities in the north plus south for unfettered gain access to of our partners across the country. To prevent a wholly preventable crisis, we call on the EL and all parties to continue coming together at pace. Urgency must be balanced with rigour, but we must identify ways to avoid further delays. While initiatives continue to seek a enduring solution to the conflict, we have to intensify efforts to improve the particular immediate humanitarian situation alongside addressing long-term drivers from the humanitarian crisis.


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