BAGHDAD (obelisk) - Vice President Nuri al-Maliki, on Thursday, the United Nations called on to intervene to stop the air strikes and military operations in Yemen within the military operation called "packets storm."
Maliki said in a statement, said that "following with great concern the deterioration of the steady security situation in Yemen, brother, and condemn the use of military force to help promote dialogue between the Yemeni instead," adding that "the high level of violence at this time, and Yemen is witnessing an internal crisis and the war on terror would Further complicating matters, and the expansion of the crises in the region. "
He added that "terrorist organizations will give the opportunity to benefit from these alliances and military developments", stressing at the same time, the need to "work to provide an opportunity to reach a peaceful solution to the internal differences in Yemen."
Maliki has called for the United Nations to "intervene immediately and stop the air raids and all military actions in Yemen," and urged all political parties to "exercise maximum restraint and adherence to national solutions and evoke the supreme interest of Yemen and Yemenis, as well as to engage seriously and responsibly and in good faith in peaceful dialogue to find a way out safe from the current crisis. "
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