At a time when London confirmed that it sold arms under licenses with due regard for liability, Britain announced the continuation of arms sales to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
The United Kingdom also stressed that it deals with arms sales standards strictly to ensure that the law is not violated
It is noteworthy that US President Joe Biden announced a few days ago, to continue supporting Saudi Arabia in defending its sovereignty and its territories from threats by forces supported by Tehran.
He said in a speech From the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, who is his first on the international policies of his administration, he said that Saudi Arabia is facing attacks from an Iranian-backed force.
On the Yemeni issue, the US President announced that he called on his team to support the ceasefire initiative in Yemen.
“A pioneering role”
In a related context, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken pledged that “the United States will assume a leading role in trying to end the war in Yemen
In addition, he continued, the United States should “be present in the face of the progress of tyranny, especially the increasing ambitions of China and Russia’s desire to weaken our democracy.” He added, “I clearly said to Russian President Vladimir Putin, and in a very different way from my predecessors, that the time in which the United States was subject to Russia’s aggressive actions is over.”
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