A New Year’s resolution to which we can all aspire in 2019 is peace in Yemen, but what needs to occur to make that happen? Keith Vaz MP explains.
Last week in Saada province in Yemen a bombing raid by the Saudi-Emirati led coalition – British allies – killed at least 29 children while they were sat on their school bus. We must call on the Prime Minister to vocally condemn this attack and to use all of our leverage to influence all sides to immediately engage in the Geneva peace process in September, says Labour MP Keith Vaz.
Former Minister Keith Vaz has written to the Prime Minister about the military assault on the port of Hudaydah in Yemen. 40 MPs have also co-signed the letter including Chair of the Foreign Affairs Committee Tom Tugendhat MP, Stephen Twigg MP, Chair of the International Development Committee and Harriet Harman MP, Chair of the Joint Committee on Human Rights.
Chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group for Yemen, Keith Vaz MP, implores the Government to stand up and be counted on Yemen and specifically to help to protect Al Hudaydah port.
The "forgotten war" must be forgotten no longer. We cannot continue to stand by and watch the destruction of a country and the murder of so many innocent civilians, says Keith Vaz MP.
The Chair of All Party Parliamentary Party on Yemen Keith Vaz MP writes that the visit by the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia offers a historic opportunity to end the three year long conflict in Yemen.
Whatever the outcome of Yemen’s new political drama all parties involved must work tirelessly for the end of this senseless war, says Chair of the APPG for Yemen Keith Vaz.
Time to end this senseless and unwinnable war, says Keith Vaz MP.
Chair of the APPG on Yemen, Keith Vaz, say that the signatures on the letter highlight there is an unmistakable determination in our country to stop the bombing in Yemen.
When tighter immigration rules are suggested there have been spikes in applications and this has already been shown since Brexit, says Keith Vaz MP.
The Yemen crisis is a 'stain on the collective morality' of the UK, US, the EU and the UN, says Keith Vaz.
Yemen was once the forgotten crisis, but now it feels like the never-ending crisis, says Keith Vaz MP.
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Labour MP Keith Vaz writes about the "forgotten war in Yemen" ahead of his debate on the humanitarian situation in the country.