ADEN, Yemen, Yemen's government, on Wednesday, expressed reservations over an international meeting on Yemen organised by Germany, the Al Arabiya TV reported.
This meeting, hosted by German Foreign Ministry in Berlin, was held without prior coordination or consultations with the internationally-recognised Yemeni government, that is a legitimate representative of the Yemeni republic, the Yemeni Foreign Ministry said, in a statement.
Any violation of the mechanisms of the United Nations, particularly by a friendly member state of the international organisation, "should be rectified," said the statement.
Under the title of "High-level Strategic Dialogue on the Peace Process and Horizons of Stability in Yemen," the Berlin meeting aimed to support the UN efforts, to achieve peace in war-torn Yemen.
German Foreign Minister, Heiko Maas, said that, the cease-fire agreement, reached by Yemen's warring parties in Stockholm, Sweden, in Dec, offered a "real window for opportunity" to make further progress on resolving the Yemeni crisis.
He added that, the international community needs to ensure that further progress would not be impeded, by lack of funds or lengthy administrative processes.
Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK