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UAE praises Saudi Arabia and Oman for Yemen peace efforts

On Monday, the UAE welcomed Saudi Arabia and Oman’s peace efforts in Yemen. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) commended ongoing talks in Riyadh with Houthi representatives, aiming for a permanent ceasefire and a political resolution to the Yemeni crisis. This is seen as vital for Yemen’s peace and regional stability.

The UAE stressed the importance of backing global and regional initiatives to secure a lasting political resolution in Yemen, fulfilling the Yemeni people’s desires for security, progress, and stability.

The UAE also reiterated its commitment to supporting Yemen’s people in their legitimate pursuit of development and prosperity, in line with its broader regional interests.

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