Thank you very much for the opportunity to brief this Council on the latest developments in the Yemeni peace process.
I am grateful for the opportunity to brief the Security Council once again on progress in the Kuwait talks and on the prospects for Yemen’s return to peace.
Today I am providing this briefing from Kuwait, two months after the launch of the peace talks.
Kuwait - It has been a long week of sessions, in which we discussed a wide range of issues. Some sessions were promising and others tense. In spite of all of the challenges we are facing, the United Nations remains deeply committed to finding a peaceful solution.
On this day, the 8th of March, the world celebrates every year the International Women’s Day. Women have been struggling for years in the past and they have always been present at the core of national, political and social causes.
Thank you for this opportunity to update the Council on the latest developments in Yemen and challenges facing efforts to ensure the country’s return to peace and stability.
The Secretary-General condemns the airstrikes by the Saudi-led Coalition that hit the Hayadeen Medical Hospital, run by Médecins Sans Frontières with support from UNICEF and the World Health Organization in Sa’dah governorate.