President of the Security Council calls on parties to the conflict in Yemen to "respect" the Stockholm Agreement

President of the Security Council calls on parties to the conflict in Yemen to "respect" the Stockholm Agreement


The President of the UN Security Council on Friday evening called on the Yemeni government, Arab coalition forces and the al-Houthi group to "respect" the United Nations-sponsored Stockholm agreement held in Sweden  (6-13 December).

This was made in statements to the press by Ambassador Ndong Mba, Permanent Representative of Equatorial Guinea to the international organization, whose country assumed the monthly presidency of the work of the Security Council as of yesterday.

Mba expressed concern over the current humanitarian situation in Yemen.

"We are deeply concerned about the current situation in Yemen," he said. What is lacking here is the implementation of the agreement reached in Stockholm, especially as we urgently need to implement the agreement on the prisoner exchange, as well as the political process, all of which are very urgent. "


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