Yemeni Foreign Minister Ahmed Awad bin Mubarak discussed the latest developments in Yemen and the Arab region through visual communication technology with the Secretary-General of the League of Arab States, Ahmed Aboul Gheit.
During the meeting, Minister bin Mubarak reviewed the steps to form the new Yemeni government in accordance with the Riyadh Agreement, as well as the targeting of Aden International Airport during the government’s arrival, which claimed the lives of dozens of dead and wounded civilians.
Bin Mubarak assured Abu al-Gheit that “the results of the investigations reached by the committee in charge of investigating the crime of targeting Aden International Airport during the government’s arrival have unequivocally proven that the Iranian-backed terrorist Houthi militia carried out that attack,” explaining that the aim was “to destabilize security.” And stability of the country. “
The Yemeni Foreign Minister expressed his appreciation for the positions of the Arab League, “support for the legitimate government, which was expressed in the League’s decisions and successive Arab summits and the statements of the Secretary-General all in support of the Yemeni people in their struggle to restore the state and move towards achieving peace, development and stability in Yemen.”
For his part, the Secretary-General of the League of Arab States reiterated his “strong condemnation of the terrorist act that targeted Aden International Airport in order to thwart the implementation of the Riyadh Agreement and undermine the work of the new Yemeni government.”
Aboul Gheit affirmed his full support and solidarity for the Yemeni government “in moving forward for the Riyadh Agreement and in a way that achieves security and stability and reaching comprehensive peace in Yemen,” stressing readiness to continue cooperation and support Yemen in the fields of reconstruction and achieving security and stability.