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“Events on the battlefield” are the main spoiler to the peace process in Yemen, but political negotiations are the top overall priority for resolving the conflict, according to the UN’s envoy for the country, speaking exclusively to UN News.
Wednesday, 4 July 2018- Sana’a International Airport
UN Special Envoy briefing the Security Council, 2 August 2018 @ UN Photo / Eskinder Debebe
Madam President, Members of this Council,
We meet at an important time. It has been two years – two years - too long since the Yemeni people had the chance for a negotiated end to this war.
Amman, 8 August 2018 – The Special Envoy of the Secretary-General for Yemen, Martin Griffiths, convened a consultative meeting of 22 public Yemeni figures and women activists, in the United Kingdom on 7 August 2018.
OSESGY/ Ala'a Malhas
Amman 09 August 2018 - I am deeply shocked by the appalling tragedy that claimed so many innocent lives today in Saada including children under the age of 15.
My heart goes out to the parents of those who were killed.
The first Security briefing of the new Special Envoy for Yemen Martin griffiths. " My plan is to put to the Council within the next two months a framework for negotiations".
Last Security briefing of Special Envoy Ismail Ould Cheick Ahmad. "We were about to reach agreement on a peace proposal, developed in consultation with the parties, but they refused to sign in the last minute".