Foreign Minister of the Islamic Republic of Iran Mohammad Javad Zarif has once again assessed the viability of putting an end to the ongoing Saudi-led crisis in Yemen only through the Islamic Republic’s four-point plan.
According to Press TV, in a post on his official Twitter account on Friday, Zarif said he has announced Iran’s four-point proposal on the Yemeni crisis in April 2015.
“Today, after untold human suffering & war crimes by the Saudi coalition & its U.S. accomplices, & efforts to whitewash their crimes with absurd allegations against Iran, our four-point plan still remains the only viable option,” the top Iranian diplomat said.
In April 2015, the Iranian foreign minister submitted a four-point peace plan for Yemen to the United Nations in an attempt to end the bloodshed in the Arab country.
“It is imperative for the international community to get more effectively involved in ending the senseless aerial attacks and establishing a ceasefire,” Zarif said in the letter, adding that Tehran is ready to cooperate with the UN “to facilitate and encourage an immediate end to these senseless bombardments and initiation of a genuine dialogue to find a political solution to this tragic crisis.”