Iranian media: Tehran to submit peace plan for Yemen crisis to UN on Wednesday

By REUTERS
April 14, 2015 16:41

 
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Iran will submit a four-point peace plan for resolving the crisis in Yemen to the United Nations on Wednesday, Iran's English-language television channel Press TV reported on Tuesday.

The channel gave no further details. Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, speaking in Madrid on Tuesday, put forward a peace proposal involving a ceasefire, humanitarian assistance, a dialog between Yemeni factions and a broad-based government.

Zarif also called for Saudi air strikes on Yemen to end.

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