The UN-brokered intra-Yemeni peace talks, recently held in Kuwait, did not fail, but actually addressed all issues that became visible today, UN Secretary General's Special Envoy for Yemen, Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed, affirmed Wednesday.
GCC foreign ministers are to convene, in the presence of US Secretary of State, John Kerry, in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, on Thursday (today), to discuss outcome of the intra-Yemeni talks and the subjects that were addressed during the over 90-day event, Ahmed told reporters, in the Omani capital.
Gulf countries support efforts that lead to reaching a comprehensive solution for the crisis in Yemen, he said, adding that, the solution must be part of the initiatives proposed by the UNSC and GCC States, regarding the national dialogue and its outcome.
The UN envoy expressed his hope that the Jeddah meeting would contribute in renewing GCC support, especially since the meeting will be held in the presence of senior representatives of two of the most important partners in the Yemeni issue; the United States and Great Britain.
Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK