Oman urges for peace and progress in Yemen, Palestine
(MENAFN) The chief of the Omani delegation to the UN, Mohammed Al-Hassan, said in the 77th meeting of the UN General Assembly on Monday that the sultanate “continues to spare no effort, through constructive cooperation with all parties, to achieve peace in brotherly Yemen.”
He requested “to all Yemeni parties to come to terms with the painful past and focus on formulating a promising and a better future for the country that would preserve their unity, security and stability.”
Al-Hassan urged those involved in the war to stand by the Gulf Cooperation Council Initiative and all related UN remedies. He as well noted that the sultanate will carry on standing with the UN and US envoys to the nation and values “their endeavors to achieve lasting peace in Yemen through dialogue.”
He urged all Yemeni groups to express an approach to peace and the political process in the nation that will “safeguard the sovereignty, independence, security and stability of Yemen.”
Oman will “continue to provide all possible facilities and humanitarian assistance to the various Yemeni regions and governorates without exception,” Al-Hassan added, to aid end the “suffering of the Yemeni people.”
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