The Secretary-General of the Gulf Cooperation Council, Nayef Al-Hajraf, welcomed, on Sunday, the appointment of an American special envoy to Yemen.
The council considered that the appointment of the special envoy for Yemen would constitute a positive addition to regional and international efforts to reach a political solution.
The Secretary-General emphasized the importance of America’s role in ending the Yemeni crisis.
The Council stated that the Secretary-General looks forward to working with the envoy to strengthen the international community towards finding a comprehensive solution to the Yemeni crisis and achieving security and stability. In the region.
The US special envoy to Yemen Timothy Lenderking began his contacts to discuss American efforts to end the war in Yemen.
The press office of the Office of Near Eastern Affairs of the US State Department said that Special Envoy Lenderking began his contact with Congress to discuss the US commitment to support Martin Griffiths’ efforts to find a political solution to the war in Yemen.
The envoy’s duties
In context, she said The US Embassy in Yemen The US Special Envoy, who has been appointed in Yemen, will have three primary missions.
It added, quoting a US State Department spokesman, Maye Tim Lenderking by President Biden as a special envoy of the United States to Yemen came to his experience in the region, where he previously worked as a deputy to the US ambassador in Riyadh, and at its embassy in Kuwait.
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