The United Arab Emirates, a leading member of a pro-government coalition fighting in Yemen, said Wednesday it supports a UN plan for peace talks to be held in Sweden by the year’s end.
“We welcome early convening of UN-led talks in Sweden,” the UAE state minister for foreign affairs, Anwar Gargash, tweeted in English.
We welcome early convening of UN-led talks in Sweden. At UNSC meeting on Friday, Coalition will urge all parties to take advantage of window of opportunity to restart political process.— د. أنور قرقاش (@AnwarGargash) November 14, 2018
We look forward to hosting Martin Griffiths this week in Abu Dhabi.
Gargash said the pro-government coalition would “urge all parties to take advantage of window of opportunity to restart the political process” at a UN Security Council meeting on Friday.
“We look forward to hosting (UN Yemen envoy) Martin Griffiths this week in Abu Dhabi,” Gargash added.
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