Iran welcomes Yemenis’ agreements in Sweden
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif announced on Tuesday that his country supports the agreements reached between Yemeni sides in the Swedish capital city of Stockholm, stressing continuation of the talks.
“Iran welcomes initial agreements between Yemeni parties in Stockholm under the supervision of UN envoy,” Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said today, leaving a post on his Twitter page.
He further added that his country “strongly supports continuation of talks to achieve final accords on all issues”.
Condemning the Saudi-led coalition’s war crimes against Yemeni civilians, the Iranian foreign minister underlined, “It is well past time for foreign aggressors to end their airstrikes and crimes against humanity.”
Last Tuesday, Zarif posted a tweet, renewing his country's support for political solution to the crisis in Yemen through holding useful dialogues.
"Iran supports the upcoming intra-Yemeni talks in Sweden. All sides should enter constructive and responsible engagement to end the crisis in Yemen," he wrote in his message.
The Iranian foreign minister reiterated that the world has historic responsibility to back dialogue, including by halting arming of aggressors.