Proposals based mainly on the outcomes of Kuwait talks, and are intended to ease the path towards a comprehensive peace agreement
Briefings to the Security Council
The talks in Kuwait did not yield an agreement but the architecture of a roadmap emerged, which we will expand upon in the coming weeks.
Participants to the Kuwait peace talks have discussed sensitive issues including: military withdrawals, security arrangements and the handover of weapons, political issues and ways to improve the economic and humanitarian situation, and the release of prisoners and detainees.
Ongoing preparations of the Kuwait talks scheduled to commence on 18 April and aim to reach a comprehensive agreement, which will allow the resumption of inclusive political dialogue
Seeking to ensure that some of the positive commitments which emerged from the talks in Switzerland were implemented
Roadmap for the creation of military and security committees, which would supervise withdrawals and the handover of weapons in Sanaa, Hodeida and Taiz presented .
Missed opportunities weigh heavily on the well-being of the people of Yemen, their future and the future of their country