Saudi Arabia welcomes positive results of talks in which Oman participated to support peace process in Yemen

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia welcomed the positive results of the discussions in which the Sultanate of Oman participated and were held in Riyadh to reach a road map and support the peace path in Yemen.

In a statement issued by the Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs this morning, the Saudi Press Agency pointed out the contents of the meeting of Saudi Defense Minister Prince Khalid bin Salman with the Sana’a delegation, during which the Kingdom’s constant keenness to encourage the Yemeni parties to sit at the dialogue table and reach a comprehensive and lasting political solution in Yemen under the supervision of United nations.

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