The Stockholm Agreement, though imprecise, offers a real shot at building a peace process for war-ravaged Yemen.
- Peter Salisbury
But the accord is faltering amid mutual recriminations.
The UN, and the wider international community, should act now to make sure the combatants follow through on their commitments.
In December 2018, representatives of Yemen’s internationally recognised government and the rebel Huthi movement did something unexpected: they agreed on something.
At UN-mediated talks in Sweden, the two parties announced what is now known as the Stockholm Agreement.
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