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Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, the United States and Britain have condemned the Houthis’ attempts to block a ceasefire in Yemen.

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Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, the United States and Britain have expressed their support for the efforts of United Nations Special Envoy Hans, condemning Houthi rebels’ attacks and their military buildup that threaten to derail the ceasefire in Yemen. Grundberg wants to extend it past its scheduled expiration date of October 2.

This was revealed in a four-nation joint statement published by the US State Department on its website following a meeting of ministers and representatives of Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, the United States and the United States. Kingdom to discuss the situation in Yemen.

The four countries reaffirmed their commitment to Yemen’s unity, sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity and to stand by the Yemeni people through efforts to end the conflict.

It hailed the “concrete benefits” it has brought to the Yemeni people since its launch on April 2, 2022, the continued implementation of agreed confidence-building measures and the Yemeni government’s leadership role.

The four countries called for implementation of pending measures, including the Houthis opening key roads around Taiz and agreeing on a common mechanism for paying civil servants.

The four countries have condemned the Houthis’ large-scale military reinforcements and all attacks that undermine the ceasefire, underscoring the need to coordinate and build on this progress, the Hodeidah accord, which requires withdrawal from all sides.

The four countries expressed their full support for efforts by United Nations Special Envoy Hans Grundberg to extend and expand the ceasefire on 2 October 2022, and fully implement all terms of the ceasefire.

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All four countries agreed that a permanent ceasefire and a permanent political settlement should be the ultimate goals of a Yemeni-led and owned political process under the auspices of the United Nations.

He affirmed his support for Yemen’s presidential leadership team and agreed to meet regularly to discuss Yemen’s issues and broader regional security.