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urgent message from Britain to Saudi Arabia and the UAE

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Post by rocky Thu Jun 14, 2018 2:49 pm

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The British Foreign Ministry issued on Wednesday its first comment on the military operation launched by the Arab coalition led by Saudi Arabia and the UAE on Hodeidah.
The UAE had sent a few days ago a warning to Britain and the UN organizations, demanding them to remove all UN bodies from Hodeidah in preparation for the military operation.
In an urgent statement published on the British Foreign Office website, Foreign Minister Boris Johnson said he was seeking an urgent message to Saudi Arabia, the UAE and all the fighting forces near the port of Hodeidah.
Johnson called on all warring parties to respect international humanitarian law and give priority to the protection of civilians.
"After the military operation by coalition-backed forces to restore Hodeidah port from the Huthi militias, I call on all parties to respect international humanitarian law and give priority to the protection of civilians."
We are in constant contact with the Alliance on the need to ensure that any military operations in Hodeidah and surrounding areas comply with international humanitarian law, including the protection of civilians, and not impede the flow of commercial goods and humanitarian assistance through the port.
He pointed out that the coalition confirmed that it takes all the concerns of the British aspects of humanitarian considerations in the plans of operations, adding, "The Houthis, for their part, should not undermine the port of Hodeidah or impede the humanitarian response."
"The ongoing military intervention by the coalition in Yemen was at the request of the legitimate government of Yemen after the Houthi rebels seized the Yemeni capital by force in 2014, and the Huthi forces refused to abide by UN Security Council resolutions, including those related to rocket attacks on the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia, and navigation in the Red Sea, and these forces impeded the arrival of humanitarian supplies, which led to terrible suffering among civilians.
"The process of reaching a comprehensive political settlement must resume, since lasting peace and stability in Yemen require dialogue and negotiation, and the United Nations special envoy to Yemen, Martin Griffiths, will soon brief the Security Council on his plans to negotiate the settlement. We call on all parties to put all their weight behind their efforts for the Yemeni people and the security of Yemen's neighbors. "
The Arab coalition forces, led by Saudi Arabia on Wednesday morning, launched an attack on the coast of the city of Hodeidah in Yemen to recover from the control of Ansar Allah, and expectations that the operation is the largest between the coalition forces and "Ansar Allah" 3 years ago.
The port of Hodeidah is the main gateway to the entry of aid to Yemen, where it controls 70% of the country's imports.




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