UN Security Council approves up to 75 Yemen truce monitors

UN Security Council approves up to 75 Yemen truce monitors

The UN Security Council on Wednesday unanimously approved a resolution calling for the deployment of up to 75 observers to Yemen’s port city of Hodeidah for six months to monitor a ceasefire. This comes after a week of UN-sponsored peace talks in Sweden last month which saw the Iranian-aligned Houthi group and Saudi-backed Yemen government foes reaching a deal on Hodeidah.

Timothy
Timothy
Shadowman311
Shadowman311 1 year

Because observers did soooo much in rwanda

Mr. A
Mr. A 1 year

Saudis can just buy off the UN, ironic they were on the UN Human Rights comission 4 or 5 years ago. But the Yemenis are armed to the teeth and will defend their land, life, and dignity until there are no more Saudi, Emirati, or other invaders there.

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