UN asked to stop Iranian arms smuggling to Yemen

Combined Maritime Forces (CMF) has made several large weapons cargo seizures this year.
Jumana Al Tamimi
Dubai: Saudi Arabia called on the UN Security Council on Thursday to put an end to Iranian weapons smuggling to the Al Houthi militia in Yemen as the clandestine shipments continue despite a UN resolution forbidding it.
Saudi Arabia’s representative to the UN, Abdullah Al Mouallimi, added in a letter to Security Council president Gerard Van Bohemen that the smuggling of Iranian-made weapons to Yemeni militias fighting the internationally-recognised government of Abd Rabbo Mansour Hadi is not only a violation of the Security Council resolution but also threatens the stability of Saudi Arabia, Yemen and the region as a whole.
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Source: gulfnews.com

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