Saudi ambassador to Yemen: adoption of the Arab draft resolution at UN HRC confirms the continuation of the Kingdom's efforts in support of the international congruence on Yemen

Saturday 1439/1/10 - 2017/09/30
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Riyadh, Muharram 9, 1439 H., September 29, 2017, SPA -- Saudi ambassador to Yemen Mohammed bin Saeed Al Jaber confirmed today that the adoption of the Arab draft resolution at UN Human Rights Council and the withdrawal of the Hollandi draft resolution confirmed the continuation of the Kingdom's efforts in support and care of the international congruence on Yemen.
In a statement following the issuance of the Human Rights Council resolution, he said that the acceptance to provide support for the Yemeni national committee for investigations in human rights violations once more confirms that the committee is committed to international humanitarian laws and that adopting the draft Arab resolution also confirms the efforts being exerted by the Kingdom and that it is a victory for the Arab diplomacy.
He said this outcome is in fact a result of strenuous efforts exerted by the Kingdom to convince world countries to provide support for the Yemeni national committee for investigations and confirms the pioneering role played by the Kingdom in support of Yemen and support for the legitimate government and its keenness on the stability and security of Yemen, the region and the world at large.
He stressed the importance of allowing the Yemeni national committee for investigations to continue investigating allegations of human rights violations while pursuing its job according to its inception act until legitimacy holds the grip on all Yemeni territories.
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01:28 LOCAL TIME 22:28 GMT