UN Special Envoy takes stock of Yemen’s ‘shift’ towards peace

13 December 2019

A year has now passed since the Government of Yemen and Houthi rebels met in Sweden for UN-sponsored talks, aimed at ending a brutal conflict that has generated the world’s worst humanitarian crisis.

In an exclusive interview with UN News's May Yaacoub, UN Special Envoy Martin Griffiths has been reflecting on achievements since the signing of the Stockholm Agreement, which included key elements such as the establishment of a demilitarized zone around the port city of Hudaydah as well as prisoner exchanges.

Audio Credit:
May Yaacoub, UN News
Audio Duration:
10'38"

 

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