The Saudi Cabinet, in a session chaired by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz, “reaffirmed the Kingdom’s support for every effort to find a political solution that leads to an end to the Russian-Ukrainian crisis.”
In this context, the Saudi Cabinet also referred to “continuing to contribute at the humanitarian level to alleviating its effects.”
On the international level, the Saudi Cabinet also touched on the results of the Kingdom’s participation in the 77th session of the UN General Assembly. Following this, bilateral and multilateral meetings were held on the sidelines of its work.
Majid bin Abdullah Al-Qasabi said that the Council reviewed the overall situation and its course in the region, stressing the contents of the statement issued by the International Quartet on Yemen, and its condemnation of military reinforcements.
In Yemen, the Houthi militia attacked and threatened to disrupt the truce. The Council affirmed full support for the efforts of the UN Special Envoy to extend and expand the truce and to fully implement all its conditions.
The Council was also quoted as referring to what the Kingdom emphasized during the general debate of the fifty-first session of the Human Rights Council in Geneva, of the importance of promoting a culture of dialogue, cooperation, tolerance, and respect for noble values and other cultures, considering their diversity as a key to achieving prosperity and sustainable development for peoples and societies.