The fourth round of Yemeni peace talks ended in Stockholm, Sweden, with both sides agreeing to a ceasefire arrangement in the port city of Hudaydah, as well as an exchange of prisoners and captives held by both sides.
UN chief says the conflicting sides in Yemen agreed to Hodeidah ceasefire and reach agreement to ease the situation in Taiz.
Spokesman and chief negotiator for Yemen’s Houthi Ansarullah movement, Mohammed Abdul-Salam said, parts of Yemen has been occupied by UK, Saudi Arabia and UAE forces.
Iranian foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said that Iran’s peace plan for Yemen is a viable option for ending the bloodshed.
Ahlul Bayt World Assembly's Secretary General Ayatollah Mohammad Hassan Akhtari on Sunday referred to crisis in Palestine and Yemen as source of shame in the world.
The deputy commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) has stressed the Islamic Republic of Iran's support for the Yemeni people.
A senior Iranian cleric on Sunday called the Saudi regime, also known as the Al-e-Saud regime, as the most hated, isolated, ostracised and boycotted regime in the world.
Iran's clerics and seminary religious students rally on Sunday to express their solidarity with the oppressed nation of Yemen.
Spokesman for Iran’s Foreign Ministry, Bahram Qasemi said, ending humanitarian crisis in Yemen, is a historic responsibility for the world community.
Thirty-five Yemeni and international NGOs called for an immediate cessation of hostilities in Yemen, where they warned the Saudi-led coalition’s war has put 14 million people on the brink of famine.