The Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Sana’a has on Sunday called on the international community to condemn the existing cooperation between Saudi-led aggression coalition countries and Al-Qaeda.
This came in letters the Ministry addressed to all permanent delegations to the UN in New York, the UN Secretary-General’s office, the President of the Security Council and all members of the Council, permanent delegations to the European headquarters of the UN in Geneva, the office of the Special Envoy of the UN Secretary-General to Yemen, and a group of 19 countries interested in the political settlement in Yemen.
The Foreign Ministry called for pressing the aggression coalition countries to stop their financial and military support for the terrorist organisation.
The letters included a detailed report on Al-Qaeda activity in Ma’rib province, which was recently published by the Security and Intelligence Service in Sana’a.
The Ministry expressed the hope that the report would receive the attention of the Security Council, counter-terrorism committees, and the international community.
In its letters, the Ministry condemned the continued recognition of the false government led by Abdrabbuh Mansur Hadi, of which Al-Qaeda is an integral part, stressing that “continuing this position is a very dangerous matter that contradicts the aspirations and interests of the Yemeni people and the international peace and security requirements.”