Secretary-General of the GCC, The Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf, Nayef Falah Al-Hajraf announced the convening of “Yemeni-Yemeni” consultations at the council’s headquarters from March 29 to April 7.
The meetings, according to Al-Hajraf, will take place at the headquarters of the Gulf Cooperation Council’s General Secretariat and will bring together all parties involved in Yemen’s war.
The talks will be held under the auspices of the Gulf Cooperation Council’s General Secretariat.
The goal of these consultations, according to the Gulf Cooperation Council Secretary-General, is to “unify ranks and heal the rift between the Yemeni brothers in support of Yemeni legitimacy, to strengthen state institutions”.
According to Al-Hajraf, the call will include all Yemeni parties to find answers to the issue and alleviate Yemenis’ suffering.
The GCC stated that the goals of the consultations are to urge the parties to stop firing, to restart the peace process under UN auspices, to develop state institutions, to restore security, stability, and peace.
On the consultations’ agenda, he said there are six axes: the military and security, the political process, the strengthening of state institutions, administrative reform, governance, and battling corruption, the humanitarian axis, stability, and economic recovery.