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U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will meet his counterpart, Mohammed bin Salman, on Monday, said State Department spokesperson Heather Nauert, after a meeting between the leaders in the country’s capital Riyadh.

The meetings, a rare sight outside the White House as a daybreak sets in and temperatures remain at a low of 32 F, came amid heightened violence between Yemen’s competing Hou에스엠 카지노thi rebels and forces loyal to President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi.

“I would hope that they [US Secretary of State Kerry and Saudis King Salman] would continue to speak on their shared interests and to try and work through the regional situation to try and bring all parties in line and resolve this,” said Kerry, adding that they “also discussed ongoing concerns on the ground for the United States in the region.”

Yemen, the second-largest country in Yemen, has been divided between Sunni, Shiite and minority Shiites fo제주출장마사지r over a decade now with a significant population of the third Shia sect who make up roughly 75 percent of the country’s population. The Saudi-led coalition and its Arab allies, including the United Arab Emirates, has been supporting the Houthis, who are allied with the al-Qaeda-aligned Hadi, and their al-Qaeda allies, a coalition of several Shi’ite militias and factions. The United States has not been directly involved in the conflict.

While U.S. State Department spokesman Nauert has urged the Houthis to halt violence, she added the United States and its “allies” “are concerned by the situation in Yemen and we want to make sure that the situation is under control and that there’s no further violence going on and we will continue to work with the coalition members and those participating in the operation to try and end it and ultimately to end the violence.”

Earlier this month, the UN Security Council adopted a three-month resolution that would call on all parties to stop attacking medical facilities of those receiving international care and for the Houthis to withdraw from their positions within 72 hours.

The resolution would also ask Saudi Arabia to conduct a ground operation against the Houthis or face international sanctions.

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