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Iran urges UN to try to end Saudi-led bombing in Yemen
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Date : 18/04/2015                      Reader : 86

H.D.A : IRAN DREAMS OF EXTENDING ITS PERSIAN EMPIRE TO YEMEN AS IT DID IN SYRIA AND IRAQ.WE WARN UN NOT TO INTERVENE IN YEMEN TILL ATTACKS LEAD TO TOTAL DEFEAT OF REBELS NAMELY AL-HOUTHY & SALEH!!WITHOUT SURRENDER AND DELIVERY OF ARMS AND WEAPONS ,DISOLVE OF MILITIAS,AND AQCCEPTANCE OF PEACEFUL DIALOGUE BASED ON GULF STATES INITIATIVE AND DIALOGUE CONFERENCE RECOMMENDATIONS!!ALL IN PEACEFUL WAY FAR FROM VIOLENCE!!!

 

 

lasvegassun              18-4-2015

 

Iran urges UN to try to end Saudi-led bombing in Yemen

 

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — Iran's foreign minister is urging U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon to try to end "the senseless aerial attacks" in Yemen by a Saudi-led coalition and establish a cease-fire.

Javad Zarif said in a letter Friday to the U.N. chief that the bombs are destroying hospitals, schools, roads, food factories and power plants — escalating a humanitarian crisis that is "approaching catastrophic dimensions."

He said "terrorist groups have been the main beneficiaries, gaining strategic foothold in Yemen aided by the foreign aerial campaign."

Zarif reiterated that there is no military solution to the Yemen conflict and said all efforts, particularly by the U.N., should be aimed at implementing a cease-fire and ending all "foreign military attacks," providing urgent humanitarian aid, resuming a Yemeni-led national dialogue and establishing an inclusive national unity government.

 


 
 
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