Yemeni Foreign Minister Ahmed Awad bin Mubarak received today, Thursday, the UN Secretary-General’s envoy to Yemen, Martin Griffith, who arrived at Aden International Airport on Thursday on an official visit.
Bin Mubarak expressed his appreciation for the solidarity shown by the United Nations with the legitimate government as a result of the targeting of Aden airport, which coincided with the arrival of the president and members of the new Yemeni government to the airport, and led to dozens of deaths and injuries.
The Yemeni minister affirmed that “the government will work with determination and determination to move forward with its national program that the Yemeni people aspire to to consolidate security and stability and improve their livelihoods,” according to the Sabaa Agency.
Minister Bin Mubarak reiterated that the government will continue its active partnership with the peace efforts led by the United Nations, and that it will spare no effort to serve a realistic and real peace that addresses the roots of the problem, ends the coup and war, and establishes a new phase that meets the aspirations of Yemenis to live in dignity and peace.
For his part, the UN envoy renewed his condolences and condemnation of the terrorist attack that targeted the political government during its arrival in Aden.
He stressed that “targeting the government aims to undermine the peace, security and stability that Yemen aspires to with the support of the region and the international community.”