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Wed - 13 Feb 2019 - 12:24 AM ،،،


 Under the chairmanship of the Ambassador of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques to Yemen, Mohammed bin Saeed Al-Jaber, the Yemen Quartet grouping Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, the United States and the United Kingdom met in Riyadh to discuss means to support the Yemeni economy.

The four nations strongly condemned in their statement the illegal Houthi interference in the operations of a number of banks in Sana’a, the arrests of banking staff and the other illegal acts carried out by the Houthis that pose a threat to civilian and the economy of Yemen.

The statement firmly request lifting the imposed regulations on the local banks in Sana'a, which impede commercial imports and desperately needed humanitarian assistance.

The quad meeting encourage stabilizing the Yemeni Riyal and strengthening Yemen's economy by consolidating revenues, paying all public salaries and continuing to strengthen the Central Bank of Yemen.

The Saudi ambassador to Yemen, Mohammed Al-Jaber said that all agreed to continue to hold such meetings, at the technical level or at the ambassadorial level, to follow up the economic situation in Yemen and to support the humanitarian situation in Yemen.