The United Nations welcomes Yemen’s national ceasefire time for two months

The United Nations welcomes Yemen’s national ceasefire time for two months

  Xinhua News Agency, United Nations, June 2 (Reporter Wang Jiangang) Welcome to the two months of the national conflict on the 2nd of Yemen conflicts. The United Nations Secretary -General Gutres said in a statement: "I welcomes the agreement reached by the Yemen government and the Hassas armed forces, and extended the ceasefire time of Yemen for two months in accordance with the same terms of the original agreement.

"Gutres said that since the initial ceasefire agreement came into effect on April 2, the people of Yemen have obtained practical benefits, and violence and civilian casualties have decreased significantly. Gutres pointed out that the ceasefire agreement has led the conflict agreement to the conflict in the United Nations. Under the leadership, they will meet directly and establish a mechanism for alleviating military tensions through negotiations.

  The UN Yemen Special Envoy Grendei also said in a statement: "By implementing and extending the current ceasefire agreement, the two parties have brought a rare hope to the people of Yemen, that is, it may end this devastating conflict. "Yemen Gate Fire Agreement took effect on the evening of April 2, local time, and the ceasefire extension began at 7 pm local time on June 2.

  In September 2014, the Houthi armed forces seized the capital of Yemen, and later occupied the southern part of Yemen.

In March 2015, Saudi Arabia led the establishment of a multinational coalition forces to launch military operations against Hassas forces.

In December 2018, under the mediation of the United Nations, the Yemen government and the Hussean armed forces reached an agreement on ceasefire and exchange prisoners of war, but soon the two sides accused each other accusing each other of disrupting the ceasefire agreement. According to the United Nations data, the war of Yemen has killed more than 150,000 people, and the number of civilians displaced by millions of civilians.