The foreign ministers of Saudi Arabia, UAE and Britain met in Abu Dhabi on Sunday night to discuss the latest developments in Yemen.
Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir arrived in the UAE capital Abu Dhabi, which hosted the meeting, earlier on Sunday evening.
According to the Saudi Press Agency, the meeting included the UAE, UK and United States. The statement did not specify who represented the US during the quartet meeting on Yemen.
The international quartet was established in June 2016 by the US, Britain, Saudi Arabia and the UAE and was joined last December by Oman, which has attended several of the consultative body’s past meetings.
British Foreign Minister Boris Johnson is currently touring the Middle East, including Iran and Oman, and his visit concludes in the UAE.
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