The Saudi Kingdom welcomes the continuation of the cease-fire in Yemen and emphasizes the need of reopening the border crossings.
The Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs has welcomed the extension of the armistice in the sisterly Republic of Yemen for another two months, emphasizing the necessity of opening the humanitarian crossings in Taiz.
The Kingdom praised the efforts of UN Secretary-General Special Envoy for Yemen, Hans Grundberg, in promoting adherence to the UN-sponsored armistice, in line with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s initiative announced in March 2021 to end the crisis in Yemen and reach a comprehensive political solution.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs emphasized the Kingdom’s unwavering attitude and support for everything that ensures the Republic of Yemen’s security and stability and realizes the goals of the brotherly Yemeni people.
It emphasized that the truce’s primary goal is to achieve a durable and comprehensive ceasefire in Yemen and to begin the political process between the Yemeni government and the Houthis.
The Jordanian government welcomed the deal to prolong the ceasefire in Yemen and reaffirmed its commitment to it on Wednesday.
Ambassador Haitham Abu Al-Ful, the official spokesman for the Jordanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, stated that Jordan supports efforts to end the Yemeni crisis through a political solution based on the approved references of the Gulf initiative and its implementation mechanism, the outcomes of the comprehensive Yemeni national dialogue, and Security Council Resolution No. (2216), which leads to the end of the Yemeni crisis.
It also aims to establish security and stability in a way that ensures Yemen’s unity, stability, and territorial integrity alleviates its people’s suffering and meets its hopes for security and peace
The General Secretariat of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, the Arab League, and the Arab Parliament, welcomed the two-month renewal of the armistice in the Republic of Yemen.
The UK applauded the decision to prolong the ceasefire in Yemen for another two months following previously agreed-upon parameters.
The UK, according to British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss, supports the extension of the ceasefire in Yemen, calling it a tremendous victory and another step toward creating sustainable peace in Yemen.