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Kingdom, Emirates, United Kingdom and United States issue a statement

Ambassadors of the four countries called on the Yemeni government to continue the reform process

Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom and the United States have issued a statement on the humanitarian situation in Yemen.

The statement said: The Yemeni ambassadors to Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom met on December 14, 2021, where they expressed serious concerns. The humanitarian situation facing the people of Yemen underscores the close relationship between the two countries. Requirements.

He added that in this regard, the Ambassadors of the four countries welcomed the appointment of the Governor, Deputy Governor and additional members of the Board of Directors of the Central Bank of Yemen and the appointment of the Regulatory and Accountability Commission to review. And evaluate the work of the Central Bank since its inception in the provisional capital, Aden.

The report continued: Given the importance of the economy to the situation in Yemen, the strong leadership of the central bank and financial institutions were taken into account, and in this field, the appointment of qualified people is significant. Indicates a positive step forward for employees.

He noted that the Quartet ambassadors also welcomed the success of defining the new process of foreign currency auction.

The statement said that the ambassador said that the Yemeni Prime Minister and his government were ready to continue working closely with the new Governor of the Central Bank and his delegation. Read on for options available to provide technical support and increase Yemen’s opportunities in obtaining hard currency and facilitating trade.

According to the report, the four ambassadors called on the government to continue the reform process, emphasizing the importance of transparency and accountability in the use of domestic revenue and the management of foreign funds. Support the Yemeni economy, especially the fuel subsidy.

The ambassadors also welcomed the recent efforts to implement the Riyadh Accord. The Prime Minister’s Plan for Recovery and Reform.

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They expressed deep concern over the ongoing Houthi attacks on Marib, stressing the need for an immediate ceasefire, especially as many Yemenis have been displaced as a result of the fighting.

The ambassadors condemned the Houthis’ cross-border attacks into Saudi Arabia and their targeting of civilian and economic infrastructure.

In the end, the Quartet countries reaffirmed their commitment to a comprehensive political solution to the conflict in Yemen and expressed their full support for UN Ambassador Hans Grenberg.



Kingdom, Emirates, United Kingdom and United States report on Yemen


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Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom and the United States have issued a statement on the humanitarian situation in Yemen.

The statement said: The Yemeni ambassadors to Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom met on December 14, 2021, where they expressed serious concerns. The humanitarian situation facing the Yemeni people underscores the close relationship between the two countries, stressing the need for continued military action, the rejection of the Houthi ceasefire and the country’s economic situation, as well as efforts to achieve economic stability in reducing humanity. Requirements.

He added that in this regard, the Ambassadors of the four countries welcomed the appointment of the Governor, Deputy Governor and additional members of the Board of Directors of the Central Bank of Yemen and the appointment of the Regulatory and Accountability Commission to review. And evaluate the work of the Central Bank since its inception in the provisional capital, Aden.

The report continued: Given the importance of the economy to the situation in Yemen, the strong leadership of the central bank and financial institutions were taken into account, and in this field, the appointment of qualified people is significant. Indicates a positive step forward for employees.

He noted that the Quartet ambassadors also welcomed the success of defining the new process of foreign currency auction.

The statement said that the ambassador said that the Yemeni Prime Minister and his government were ready to continue working closely with the new Governor of the Central Bank and his delegation. Read on for the options available to provide technical support and increase Yemen’s opportunities in obtaining hard currency and facilitating trade.

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According to the report, the four ambassadors called on the government to continue the reform process, emphasizing the importance of transparency and accountability in the use of domestic revenue and the management of foreign funds. Support the Yemeni economy, especially the fuel subsidy.

The ambassadors also welcomed the recent efforts to implement the Riyadh Accord. The Prime Minister’s Plan for Recovery and Reform.

They expressed deep concern over the ongoing Houthi attacks on Marib, stressing the need for an immediate ceasefire, especially as many Yemenis have been displaced as a result of the fighting.

The ambassadors condemned the Houthis’ cross-border attacks into Saudi Arabia and their targeting of civilian and economic infrastructure.

In the end, the Quartet countries reaffirmed their commitment to a comprehensive political solution to the conflict in Yemen and expressed their full support for UN Ambassador Hans Grenberg.

December 16, 2021 – Jumata al-Awwal 12, 1443

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December 17, 2021 – Jumata al-Awwal 13, 1443

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Ambassadors of the four countries called on the Yemeni government to continue the reform process

Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom and the United States have issued a statement on the humanitarian situation in Yemen.

The statement said: The Yemeni ambassadors to Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom met on December 14, 2021, where they expressed serious concerns. The humanitarian situation facing the Yemeni people underscores the close relationship between the two countries, stressing the need for continued military action, the rejection of the Houthi ceasefire and the country’s economic situation, as well as efforts to achieve economic stability in reducing humanity. Requirements.

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He added that in this regard, the Ambassadors of the four countries welcomed the appointment of the Governor, Deputy Governor and additional members of the Board of Directors of the Central Bank of Yemen and the appointment of the Regulatory and Accountability Commission to review. And evaluate the work of the Central Bank since its inception in the provisional capital, Aden.

The report continued: Given the economic importance of the situation in Yemen, the strong leadership of the central bank and financial institutions were taken into account, and in this field, the appointment of these qualified people is significant. Indicates a positive step forward for employees.

He noted that the Quartet ambassadors also welcomed the success of defining the new process of foreign currency auction.

The statement said that the ambassador said that the Yemeni Prime Minister and his government were ready to continue working closely with the new Governor of the Central Bank and his delegation. Read on for options available to provide technical support and increase Yemen’s opportunities in obtaining hard currency and facilitating trade.

According to the report, the four ambassadors called on the government to continue the reform process, emphasizing the importance of transparency and accountability in the use of domestic revenue and the management of foreign funds. Support the Yemeni economy, especially the fuel subsidy.

The ambassadors also welcomed the recent efforts to implement the Riyadh Accord. The Prime Minister’s Plan for Recovery and Reform.

They expressed deep concern over the ongoing Houthi attacks on Marib, stressing the need for an immediate ceasefire, especially as many Yemenis have been displaced as a result of the fighting.

The ambassadors condemned the Houthis’ cross-border attacks into Saudi Arabia and their targeting of civilian and economic infrastructure.

In the end, the Quartet countries reaffirmed their commitment to a comprehensive political solution to the conflict in Yemen and expressed their full support for UN Ambassador Hans Grenberg.