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Discussions on Yemen Conflict
Discussions on Yemen Conflict

Discussions on Yemen Conflict

Discussions on Yemen Conflict

Senior officials of Iran and Yemen’s Houthi Ansarullah movement have sat down for talks in Tehran on ways to help end the political conflict in the war-torn Arabian Peninsula state and provide humanitarian aid to its people. On Monday, Hossein Jaberi Ansari, the Iranian foreign minister’s special assistant for political affairs, met with Mohammad Abdulsalam, the Ansarullah movement’s spokesperson, Press TV reported.  The two explored ways to provide aid to the Yemeni people, who have been under attack by Saudi Arabia and a coalition of its allies since March 2015. They also discussed efforts to find a political solution to the conflict among Yemeni political groups. Abdulsalam arrived in the Iranian capital on Saturday and held talks Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif.

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