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Russian Duma: Houthi attack on Abu Dhabi undermines peace settlement in Yemen

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Leonid Slutsky

Leonid Slutsky, chairman of the Russian State Duma’s International Affairs Committee, has strongly condemned the attack on Abu Dhabi, which the Houthis have called “Ansar Allah.”

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In an intervention in the RT on Monday, the Russian parliament strongly condemned the attack, which was carried out by Slutsky, drones and ballistic missiles, which resulted in civilian casualties.

These shameful attacks not only violate the rules of international humanitarian law, but also undermine the chances of a peaceful settlement in Yemen based on the resolutions of the Security Council resolutions and the formula of the Yemen-Yemen talks. And show great irresponsibility. “

“Instead of trying to defuse tensions, the masterminds of the attacks are betting on the conflict, without thinking about the humanitarian consequences of their adventure to Yemen, which is one of the worst humanitarian disasters of modern times,” Slutsky added.

Slutsky said, “In Abu Dhabi, the attack was carried out under the leadership of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Saeed Al Nahyan, the Deputy Commander of the United Arab Emirates and a friend and trusted partner of Russia. Implements a consistent policy aimed at maintaining peace and stability in the Gulf region and resolving differences.

The Russian parliamentarian called on those who acted as the masterminds of the provocation to “resolve all conflicts in Yemen peacefully under international law and refrain from such practices in the future.” “

Slutsky stressed the determination of the Russian parliamentarians to “continue to work to end the crisis in Yemen as soon as possible, push it on a political-diplomatic path and accelerate the restoration of stability throughout the Gulf region and the Middle East.”

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Source: RT