The office of the US Special Envoy to Yemen, Tim Lenderking, revealed today, Tuesday, an expected visit this week to the Arabian Gulf, to strengthen the ongoing peace efforts led by the United Nations in Yemen and support regional coordination to achieve a permanent end. to the conflict.
Lenderking’s office said in a statement that the United States is committed to achieving a peaceful solution to the conflict in Yemen. He said his country is working closely with its partners “to support peace efforts under the auspices of the United Nations and to alleviate the enormous suffering caused by the conflict.”
Special Envoy Lenderking will meet with Yemeni, Saudi Arabian, Omani and Emirati officials, and other international partners to discuss the necessary steps to ensure a permanent ceasefire and launch a comprehensive UN-led political process, while ensuring continued efforts to alleviate the economic crisis and suffering in Yemen. According to the office.
The US envoy emphasized that this is the moment of opportunity for Yemenis to end the conflict in Yemen and move towards peace, noting that “the wider regional conflict threatens to undermine peace in Yemen”.