UN Documents for Yemen: Security Council Press Statements
|Security Council Press Statements
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|1 December 2023 SC/15513
|This press statement condemned in the strongest terms recent Houthi attacks against a commercial vessel in the Red Sea, and called for the immediate release of the vessel MV Galaxy Leader and its crew, which the Houthis seized on 19 November.
|29 September 2023 SC/15430
|This press statement condemned the "egregious and escalatory" drone attack, attributed to the Houthis, on Bahraini forces serving in the Saudi Arabia-led coalition on the southern Saudi border.
|27 April 2023 SC/15272
|This press statement welcomed the visit to Sana’a by the Saudi and Omani delegations and their support to UN mediation efforts.
|4 April 2023 SC/15251
|This press statement welcomed the recent agreement between the Yemeni government and Houthis to release prisoners, condemned recent military escalations and called on donors to contribute the outstanding funding required for the emergency phase of the salvage operation of the Safer oil tanker.
|26 October 2022 SC/15080
|This press statement condemned the Houthi terrorist drone attacks on 21 October that struck the Al-Dubba oil terminal.
|5 October 2022 SC/15054
|This was a press statement expressing "deep disappointment" on the expiration of Yemen's truce, and reiterating that the parties should find a way forward to reinstate the truce.
|12 September 2022 SC/15025
|This press statement called on both parties to urgently intensify, and be flexible in, the negotiations to agree on an expanded truce that could be translated into a durable ceasefire.
|4 August 2022 SC/14992
|This press statement welcomed the renewal of the truce in Yemen.
|3 June 2022 SC/14923
|This press statement welcomed the 2 June extension of the truce in Yemen.
|13 April 2022 SC/14861
|This press statement welcomed the creation of and the assumption of responsibilities by the Presidential Leadership Council of the Yemeni Government .
|4 April 2022 SC/14853
|This press statement welcomed the 1 April call by UN Special Envoy [Hans] Grundberg for a two-month truce announcement on Yemen and the positive response from the parties.
|4 April 2022 SC/14852
|This press statement strongly condemned the cross-border terrorist attacks by the Houthis against Saudi Arabia on 20 March and 25 March, which struck critical civilian infrastructure.
|21 January 2022 SC/14771
|This press statement condemned the “heinous terrorist attacks” in Abu Dhabi on 17 January that were committed and claimed by the Houthis.
|14 January 2022 SC/14765
|This press statement condemned the Houthi seizure and detention of the UAE-flagged vessel, RWABEE, off the coast of Yemen on 2 January 2022.
|18 November 2021 SC/14707
|This press statement condemned the Houthi seizure of the compound formerly used as the US embassy in Sana’a.