Statement attributable to the Spokesman for the Secretary-General on the formation of the new Peace and National Partnership Government in Yemen
New York, 7 November 2014
The Secretary-General welcomes today’s announcement of the formation of the new Peace and National Partnership Government in Yemen. He congratulates President Abd Rabbu Mansour Hadi and Prime Minister-Designate Khaled Bahah for their leadership during this process. The Secretary-General commends the parties for their pledge to accept the slate decided on by the President and Prime Minister, and to extend their unwavering support to the new government. At this uncertain and fragile time for Yemen, today’s announcement is a positive step towards political stability and peace in the country.
The Secretary-General reminds the parties of the political commitments they made in signing the Peace and National Partnership Agreement. Yemen is facing enormous challenges at present, which can only be overcome if all sides work together in the greater national interest to implement the Agreement without delay.
The United Nations looks forward to continuing its engagement with the President, the Prime Minister, the Government and all Yemeni leaders as they seek to build a new democratic Yemen that responds to the legitimate aspirations of its people.
Statements on 7 November 2014
- New York, 7 November 2014 - Statement attributable to the Spokesman for the Secretary-General on South Sudan
- New York, 7 November 2014 - Secretary-General's opening remarks at Ninth Meeting of theUN Counter-Terrorism Centre Advisory Board [as prepared for delivery]
- Beijing, China, 7 November 2014 - Secretary-General's video message to Beijing Forum 2014, 7-9 November