Kuwait ready to host Yemeni talks under certain conditions
Kuwait has announced its readiness to host the parties involved in the Yemeni conflict, provided that they reach an agreement that would end the crisis rather than going into a new marathon of consultations, as happened last year.
This comes in conjunction with the new visit of UN envoy to Yemen Ismail Ould Sheikh Ahmed aiming to revive the peace process in Yemen and reach a truce before the month of Ramadan.
Kuwait’s Deputy Foreign Minister Khalid al-Jarallah said that his country is committed to address the situation in Yemen, especially that it hosted a three-month peace consultation last year.
The tour of the UN envoy began from Riyadh, where he met with leaders of the legitimate government and he informed the ambassadors of the countries sponsoring the political settlement in Yemen about the latest developments and the suggestions for a solution that appears to have included some amendments.
The UN envoy’s tour is expected to include a meeting with the militias in the Omani capital of Muscat; observers hope that the international community would put some pressures in order to end to the suffering of the Yemenis.