United Nations envoy stresses Tehran's support to solve political crisis in Yemen

Iran FM, UN envoy urge end to humanitarian crisis in Yemen

United Nations envoy stresses Tehran's support to solve political crisis in Yemen

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and the United Nations special envoy for Yemen Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed held a meeting in Tehran on the Yemen crisis.

The Iranian foreign minister and United Nations envoy for Yemen have stressed the importance of finding comprehensive political solutions to end the humanitarian crisis in the impoverished war-torn Arab country.

The UN envoy arrived in the Iranian capital, Tehran, on Saturday to discuss the Yemeni conflict with Iranian officials.

During the Saturday talks, Zarif and Ould Cheikh Ahmed discussed the latest developments in Yemen.

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He also called on Iran to support the UN's efforts in this regard.

The two sides also exchanged views on new ideas for opening up the current political deadlock in talks for Yemen's situation.

The Iranian diplomat, for his part, expressed concern over the serious humanitarian crisis in Yemen, and voiced Tehran's support for the UN's efforts to end the war and crisis in the Arab country.

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