New U.S. stand on Yemen war can be 'step towards correcting past mistakes' - Iran
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran's foreign ministry said on Saturday a new U.S. stand on the Yemen war can be a 'step towards correcting past mistakes', after President Joe Biden said this week Washington was ending its support for a Saudi Arabia-led military campaign in Yemen. 'Stopping support ..
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran's foreign ministry said on Saturday a new U.S. stand on the Yemen war can be a "step towards correcting past mistakes", after President Joe Biden said this week Washington was ending its support for a Saudi Arabia-led military campaign in Yemen.
"Stopping support ... for the Saudi coalition, if not a political maneuvre, could be a step towards correcting past mistakes," Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh was quoted as saying by state media.
Biden said on Thursday that the more than six-year war, widely seen as a proxy conflict between Saudi Arabia and Iran, "has to end." He also named veteran U.S. diplomat Timothy Lenderking as the U.S. special envoy for Yemen in a bid to step up American diplomacy to try to end the war.
(Reporting by Dubai newsroom; Editing by Frances Kerry)
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