Oman making efforts to calm tensions in the Middle East: Report

A new report by the American Brookings Institution confirmed that the Sultanate of Oman is making efforts to calm tensions in the Middle East.

The report said that Iraq hosting talks between Saudi Arabia and Iran to calm tensions in the region and restore diplomatic relations, stressing that the Sultanate of Oman is part of this mediation process, which should be encouraged by US President Joe Biden.

The report said that when US President Joe Biden visits Saudi Arabia next month, he has a chance to advance his goal of ending the war in Yemen, saying early in his administration that ending the war is a top priority, and a major and correct policy shift from his predecessors.

The report stated that Biden’s team was already very active in bringing the war to the armistice stage, the first since 2016. It went into effect last April, and was renewed until August.

The war is a humanitarian catastrophe, with hundreds of thousands of Yemeni civilians dying, due to malnutrition and related diseases, while Yemen’s children were the most vulnerable, and therefore literally ending the war would save tens of thousands of lives, the report added.

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