Peace in Yemen after 8 years! Negotiations to end the war between Saudi Arabia and the Houthi rebels in Yemen Saudi Arabia has started talks to keep the truce Iran news America United Nations
Saudi Arabia entered the war against the Houthi rebels in 2015. It led a military alliance with the United Arab Emirates and other Arab countries. This US-backed coalition launched a brutal campaign against the rebels
Image Credit Source: AFP
In a nine-month lull in fighting in Yemen, Saudi Arabia and its rival the Iran-backed Houthi rebels have resumed domestic talks in hopes of forging a permanent deal. This ban is limited. United Nations There has been no ceasefire since the UN-brokered deal expired in October.
After eight years of war, both sides seem to be looking for a solution. More than 1,50,000 people have died in the conflict and Yemen, the poorest Arab country, has reached the brink of famine and is facing the world’s worst humanitarian crisis.
Negotiations are resuming with the Houthi rebels
Saudi Arabia resumed indirect talks with Houthi rebels in September. At that time it was clear that the United Nations ceasefire agreement would not be renewed. Oman plays an intermediary role in this. A United Nations official said bluntly that if they negotiate in good faith and in good faith and include other Yemeni issues as officials in the negotiations, then this is an opportunity to end the war.
Pressure on Iran and Huthi
Saudi Arabia’s ambassador said his country has asked China and Russia to pressure Iran and the Houthis to stop the spread of the conflict. The Houthis and Oman regularly inform Iran of the talks. Iran has so far supported an unprecedented ceasefire.
The capture of the capital Sanaa in 2014
The war in Yemen began when the Houthi rebels seized the capital Sanaa in 2014. After this, the world-renowned government officials went south and were later exiled to Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Arabia joined the war in 2015
Saudi Arabia entered the war against the Houthi rebels in 2015. It led a military alliance with the United Arab Emirates and other Arab countries. This US-backed coalition launched a brutal campaign against terrorists. Gradually, the conflict turned into a proxy war between Saudi Arabia and Iran. Neither side benefited from the war. Houthi rebels control the north, Sanaa and populated areas in the west. The south and east, including much of Yemen’s oil-rich central region, are held by the government and its militias.
Comments are closed.