Neymar’s hat-trick leads Brazil to another victory … and Argentina unravels the “La Paz knot”

The two ancient teams led the South American qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup

Neymar da Silva led Brazil to confirm his strong start and achieve the second successive victory by scoring a hat-trick against Peru (4-2), while Argentina broke a 15-year-old knot in La Paz by defeating its host Bolivia 2-1 in the second round of the South American qualifiers. Qualifying for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

Brazil and Argentina took advantage of the stumbling of their former partners in the lead, Colombia and Uruguay, the first by drawing 2-2 with Chile at the top of the round, and the other by losing to Ecuador 2-4, to move two points away from Colombia and three points from Uruguay.

In the first match, the French striker of Paris Saint-Germain, Neymar, imposed himself a star by scoring a hat-trick in which he became the second-best scorer in the history of the Brazil national team with 64 goals after the phenomenon surpassed Ronaldo, who stopped his score at 62 goals in 98 games, including the double winning the fifth and final World Cup Which was crowned by Brazil in 2002 at the expense of Germany (2 – zero).

Neymar commented on his achievement in a tweet in which he praised Ronaldo, saying, “All my respect to you – Fenomeno – (the phenomenon)”.

“King” Pele tops the list of historic scorers for the Brazilian national team, with 77 goals in 92 international matches. Neymar scored the first tie for Brazil in the 28th minute, with a penalty kick that he got himself after the visitors led the goal of Saudi Al Hilal striker Andre Carrillo in the sixth minute with a shot from inside the area.

The Paris Saint-Germain star gave his country the lead for the first time in the match when he scored his second and third personal goal for Brazil in the 83rd minute from a penalty kick that he also got himself, before securing his victory with Hatrick, he scored the fourth goal in the last minute of his 103 international match when he used a rebound From the post after a powerful shot by the substitute Everton Ribeiro.

Peru advanced for the second time in the match with the goal of Celta Vigo midfielder Renato Tapia in the 59th minute with a powerful shot that hit Brodrigo Caio and hugged the net, and Everton striker Richarlison equalized when he followed the header of Liverpool striker Roberto Firmino after a corner kick that Neymar set off.

Brazil received a painful blow early, hitting its defender and Paris Saint-Germain Marquinhos in the thigh, so he was forced to leave his place. On the other hand, Peru spoke to nine players in the last minutes after Carlos Cassida was sent off in the 86th minute and Carlos Samprano in the 89th, noting that she played the match in the absence of her players, Raul Ruydiaz and Alex Valera, due to infection with the new Corona virus.

Brazil repeated its victory over Peru in its last visit to Lima in the qualifiers for the World Cup 2018, when it came out with two clean goals in the twelfth round, and also avenged its defeat by Peru 0-1 in a friendly in Los Angeles in September of last year, which saw them confront them three times. Among them, twice in the Copa America finals in Brazil, and the landlords won twice: 5-0 in the first round, and 3-1 in the final match, before Peru achieved a moral 1-0 victory in an international friendly match in Los Angeles, USA.

It is the second consecutive victory for Brazil in the current qualifiers after the first crushing victory over Bolivia 5 – zero in the first round, so it was the only one to lead with six points on goal difference in front of Argentina, who won over Bolivia 2-1.

Argentina defied difficult conditions by playing at an altitude of 3,600 meters above sea level and loosened a 15-year-old knot in La Paz.

Lautaro Martinez scored in the 45th minute and Joaquin Correa (79) scored the two goals of Argentina, and Marcelo Moreno (24) scored the goal of Bolivia.

It is the first victory for Argentina to host Bolivia in their own home since 2005, specifically on March 26 in the 2006 World Cup qualifiers, when they beat them 2-1. It is only the fourth victory for Argentina in La Paz in the history of confrontations between the two teams.

Argentina lost twice in the last three trips to La Paz without tasting the taste of victory, including a historic loss 1-6 in the 2010 World Cup qualifiers led by coach Diego Armando Maradona on April 1, noting that it lost the last match between them in the 2018 World Cup qualifiers when it fell. A clean double in La Paz in the 14th round resulted in the sacking of coach Edgardo Bauca and the appointment of Jorge Sampaoli in his place.

Argentina put an end to its suffering when it came to Bolivia at the Olympic Stadium, “Hernando Siles”, at an altitude of 3600 meters, and scored a precious second successive victory in the qualifiers after the unconvincing first over its guest Ecuador 1-0 in the first round. Brazil came to the top of the standings with six points. .

On the other hand, Bolivia suffered its second consecutive loss after the first humiliating defeat to its host Brazil, 0-5.

The summit of Chile and Colombia ended in a 2-2 draw. Colombia was the first to score by English midfielder Jefferson Lerma in the 7th minute, and Chile turned the table with two goals for Inter Milan stars Arturo Vidal (38) from a penalty kick and Alexis Sanchez (42), but the captain Veteran Colombia and Galatasaray goalscorer Radmil Falcao equalized for Colombia in the last minute.

It is Chile’s first point in the qualifiers after losing to Uruguay 1 – 2, while Colombia raised its tally to four points after defeating Venezuela 3 – zero.

Ecuador hit hard with its big victory over Uruguay 4-2, and the landlords advanced with a clean quarter, which took place in the 15th minute Moses Caicedo, Michael Estrada (45 and 53) and Gonzalo Plata (75), before Uruguay responded with two goals from Atletico Madrid striker Luis Suarez in the two minutes. (The 83rd and 90th penalty kicks) without avoiding the first loss. Ecuador compensated for its loss against Argentina in the first round 0-1. Paraguay achieved its first victory after it drew with Peru 2-2 in the first round, by defeating its host Venezuela, with the goal of Gaston Jimenez, which followed the second loss to the owners of the land.


The Saudi Prince Dies to Trump’s Bank China Account

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Various events took place in various parts of the world on Tuesday (20/10). Starting from the Prince of Saudi Arabia, Nawaf bin Saad bin Saud bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud, died until the account of the President of the United States, Donald Trump, in a Chinese bank. summarizes a number of these events in international flash.

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia announced the death of Prince Nawaf bin Saad bin Saud bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud, Wednesday (21/10).

There is no further information regarding the cause of death and when exactly the prince died.

The prayer and funeral took place on Tuesday in the capital Riyadh, according to Arab News.

Prince Nawaf is the son of the late Prince Saad bin Abdullah bin Abdul Rahman Al Saud. He was born in 1931 in Riyadh.

Based on records, Nawaf is the fourth Saudi Prince to die this year.

On 7 July the Kingdom announced the news of the death of Prince Khalid bin Saud bin Abdul Aziz. The Saudi news agency SPA reported that the prince died while abroad.

On June 28, Prince Bandar bin Saad bin Mohammad bin Abdulaziz bin Saud bin Faisal Al Saud also reportedly died. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia confirmed the news of the prince’s death.

The Saudi website24 states that the prince died after struggling with an illness. This was known based on information from the closest person, although the disease was not clearly stated.

Earlier, June 2, the royal government also released news of condolences over the death of Prince Saud bin Abdullah bin Faisal bin Abdulaziz Al Saud. This news is the first death in a series of sad news from the Saudi Kingdom in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Belgian Health Minister Frank Vandenbroucke said the Wallonia region and the capital city of Brussels were almost overwhelmed by the “tsunami” of coronavirus infections.

Frank told the RTL broadcasting office that Belgians needed to radically change their behavior.

According to The Guardian, Monday (19/10), Frank described the situation in Wallonia and Brussels as “the worst and most dangerous in all of Europe”.

British Health Secretary Matt Hancock briefly referred to Belgium as a model for tackling the second wave of infections after the number of infections was suppressed in August.

But the infection rate in Belgium has surged since September when residents returned to work and students returned to school after summer holidays.

“The main thing is the behavior of citizens. They must understand that they have to protect themselves and their loved ones, therefore respect (maintain) distance, wear a mask, limit the number of contacts … this is important,” Frank said.

United States President Donald Trump’s tax records reveal that he has had business in China for years and even has a Chinese bank account.

Newspaper The New York Times reported on Tuesday that it was a blow to Trump’s attempts to portray Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden as a Chinese henchman.

An analysis of Trump’s tax records by the newspaper showed the president had previously unreported bank accounts in China.

The account is not included in public financial disclosures because it is recorded under the company name.

Apart from China, Trump is known to have bank accounts in the UK and Ireland. China’s accounts, the Times said, are controlled by Trump International Hotels

Management paid $ 188,561 in taxes in the country from 2013 to 2015.

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Putin and Saudi Crown Prince on the phone discuss efforts to fight …


MOSCOW – President Russia, Vladimir Putin and the Crown Prince Saudi ArabiaMohammad Bin Salman Al Saud reportedly held a telephone conversation and discussed cooperation between the two countries in fighting the Covid-19 pandemic. One that was discussed was the prospect of using a vaccine made in Russia, Sputnik V.

“The two sides also discussed cooperation in fighting Coronavirus infection, in particular the prospect of using the Russian Sputnik V vaccine in Saudi Arabia,” the Kremlin said in a statement.

“The Russian leader and the Saudi crown prince also agreed to continue contact at various levels,” he continued, as reported by Sputnik on Sunday (18/10/2020). (Also read: Again, Russia Passes Covid-19 Vaccine Without Phase 3 Trials)

In September, Saudi company Saudi Chemical and the Russian Direct Investment Fund signed a memorandum of understanding on the supply of the Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine to the kingdom.

Regarding vaccines, previously Russian health authorities again approved a Covid-19 vaccine made by a former biological weapons research laboratory for public use. This is the second time the Kremlin has passed scientific protocol while trying to combat the pandemic.

Putin said the vaccine developed by the Vector State Center for Virology and Biotechnology in Siberia was registered. “We need to increase production of the first vaccine and now we are the second,” said Putin.

The drug Vector was registered before completing the Phase 3 trial, two months after Putin announced approval of Sputnik V as the world’s first coronavirus vaccine. (Also read: The Gait of the First Saudi Arabian Woman to Win an Olympic Medal)

Even so, Deputy Prime Minister of Russia, Tatyana Golikova said the vaccine is safe and the first 60,000 doses will be produced soon. He told Putin that he had already tried the vaccine and had not experienced any side effects.



Even though Israel is increasingly carrying out annexation in the West Bank, 80 percent of Saudis want peace with Israel, is it true that they don’t care about Palestine?

Sosok.ID – Quoting The Jerusalem Post, almost 80% of Saudis want to immediately normalize relations with Israel.

They want peace in the next 5 years.

In addition, 71% even believe there is a possibility that another Arab country will make peace with it Israel without a peace agreement between Israel and Palestine.

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These figures are obtained from a poll from Zogby Research Services.

The survey targeted five different countries including Egypt, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Palestine and Jordan.

The study, taken from June 24 to July 5, surveyed behavior among Israelis and Arabs from the five countries.

This period is a month before peace between Israel, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain is announced.

The peace resulted in the annexation (annexation) of 30% of the West Bank, in line with the peace plan that US president Donald Trump presented for the two countries.

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We Always Envisioned Normalizing Relationships with …


WASHINGTONSaudi Arabia said they always had a shadow to normalize the relationship with Israel. This was disclosed by the Saudi Foreign Minister, Faisal bin Farhan.

Speaking in a webinar with the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, Faisal reiterated that normalization with Israel will only take place after the creation of a Palestinian state with Jerusalem as its capital.

“We always imagined that normalization (with Israel) would occur, but we also need to have a Palestinian state and a Palestinian-Israeli peace plan,” Faisal said in the webinar. (Also read: Pompeo urges Saudi Arabia to normalize relations with Israel)

“In the end, the only thing that can provide lasting peace and lasting stability is an agreement between Palestine and Israel,” he continued, as reported by Al Arabiya on Friday (16/10/2020).

Asked if the recent peace agreement signed between the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Bahrain with Israel helped the process. Faisal said it helped lay the groundwork for bringing Palestine and Israel back to the negotiating table.

Earlier, when meeting with Faisal, Secretary of State of the United States (US), Mike Pompeo urged Saudi Arabia to consider normalizing relations with Israel. He also said that Washington supports a “strong arms sales program” for this. (Also read: Indonesian Ambassador Called Habib Rizieq Not Allowed to Leave Saudi Arabia)

“We hope the Saudis will consider normalizing their relationship as well, and we want to thank them for the help they have had in the success of the Abrahamic Treaty so far,” Pompeo said.

Pompeo added that he hoped Saudi Arabia would encourage the leaders or the Palestinian Authority to return to the negotiating table with Israel.



Saudi Arabia wants Israel and Palestine to be brought to one collective negotiating table: the only thing that can provide lasting peace – all pages

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Palestinians killed by Israeli military attack

Gridhot.ID – Middle East it was always fluctuating whether it was political warfare or physical war.

Seeing these conditions seems to make Saudi Arabia concerned and want any effort peace.

One of the most highlighted is Israel and Palestine.

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The main focus of Middle East peace efforts should be to bring Israel and Palestine back to the negotiating table, the Saudi foreign minister said on Thursday in a commentary indicating that Israel-Saudi normalization is unlikely any time soon.

“I believe that the focus now is necessary to bring Palestine and Israel back to the negotiating table. In the end, the only thing that can provide lasting peace and lasting stability is an agreement between Palestine and Israel, “Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan Al Saud said in a virtual appearance on a US think tank. 10).

There is speculation that Saudi Arabia could follow in the footsteps of the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain, which on September 15 signed an agreement to establish formal ties with Israel, the first Arab states to do so in a quarter of a century.

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Speaking to the Washington Institute for Near East Policy think tank, the Saudi foreign minister also said he hoped it might soon resolve the dispute that caused Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt to cut political, trade and transport ties. with Qatar in mid-2017.

The four accuse Qatar of supporting terrorism and conforming to Iran’s regional enemy. Doha denies the allegations and says the embargo by its fellow Gulf Arabs is aimed at undermining its sovereignty.

“We hope … that we can find a way forward to address legitimate security concerns … that push us to take the decisions we take,” he said.

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“I think there is a path to it and we hope to find it in the relatively near future.”

Asked when that might have happened, he replied: “Your guess is as good as mine.”

This article was published on Cash with the title Saudi Arabia emphasized that Israel and Palestine must be brought to the negotiating table.

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The IMF pledges not to pressure Argentina to repay the loan

The Director-General of the International Monetary Fund, Kristalina Georgieva, announced during a visit to Buenos Aires, on Tuesday, that the fund “does not intend at the present time to pressure Argentina” to repay a $ 44 billion loan that the South American country hopes to reschedule.

“We came to Argentina first of all to listen to the authorities and listen to the Argentine people,” Georgieva told CNN. She added, “We have said very clearly that in this crisis it is important to support companies and, most importantly, support workers,” according to what was reported by Agence France-Presse.

Argentina hopes to renegotiate the repayment of a loan it obtained from the fund in 2018 under former president Maurizio Macri.

The loan was supposed to be worth $ 57 billion, but President Alberto Fernandez halted spending as soon as he took office in December 2019.

The first installment of this loan will be due in September 2021.

Commenting on Buenos Aires’ desire to renegotiate the scheduling of this loan’s payments, the Fund’s General Director said: “We will see how the dialogue will proceed … We hope that it will be useful to Argentina to define growth goals in the medium term, and to know what are the obstacles to growth, and also until the economy emerges. Stronger and able to meet the aspirations of the Argentine people ». “In Argentina, we want to be part of a sustainable solution to a situation that has fluctuated for many years between achievements and setbacks,” she added, stressing the Fund’s desire to cooperate with Buenos Aires “with an open mind in search of a way to give Argentina strength, stability and prosperity.”

Since 2018, Argentina has been suffering from an economic recession, exacerbated by the Covid-19 pandemic and its repercussions. Inflation in this country has exceeded 40 percent, while poverty and unemployment rates have increased since the pandemic crisis began.



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50 Years Always ‘Lost’ From Every Conflict in the Middle East, Saudi Arabia is now starting to lose its luck, how come?

Sosok.IDSaudi Arabia continues to experience setbacks, loss of direction and influence in the Gulf region and Middle East.

More than 50 years after the kingdom began to gain prominence regionally and internationally as a key member of OPEC and the Organization for Islamic Cooperation (OIC), the kingdom is now on a steady decline path.

Launch from Al Jazeera (22/9/2020), though Saudi Arabia is home to Islam’s holiest sites and the world’s second-largest oil reserve, but misguided policies have rendered things futile.

What started off as a promising and ambitious push by the Prince Mohammed Bin Salman (MBS), soon turned into a reckless venture.

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Guided by Mohammed Bin Zayed (MBZ) of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), MBS runs the kingdom all the way to the country.

However, nothing witnessed Saudi Arabia’s decline more than the sudden emergence of its junior counterpart as a warlike regional power, meddling in Libya and Tunisia and supporting dictators and war criminals, such as Egypt’s Abdel Fattah el-Sisi and Bashar al-Assad’s Syria.

Abu Dhabi recklessly ran forward and dragged Saudi Arabia with it.

It is also a testament to MBS’s support for MBZ’s move to link Gulf security with Israel as a way to protect their regional rule and influence.

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“World Mental Health Day” is an important occasion than ever before

It may seem reprehensible or unknown to many, but there is a World Mental Health Day, scheduled for October 10 every year. While many people wonder about the goal of this day, when reading the figures related to mental health worldwide issued by the World Health Organization and other institutions concerned with this field, we find that there must be a global day that pushes governments, civil society institutions, and workers in this field. The field is to raise awareness of the suffering of billions of people, and try to find solutions to reduce their suffering.

Shocking numbers

Almost one billion people in the world suffer from mental disorders, and alcohol and drug abuse kills 3 million people annually, while suicide kills one person every 40 seconds, which is the second leading cause of death for young people between the ages of 15 and 29 years.
Today, billions of people around the world are affected by the Corona pandemic, which is also exacerbating the damage to human mental health. Depression is one of the main causes of illness and disability among adolescents and adults, with 1 in 5 children and adolescents suffering from a mental disorder. And people with severe mental disorders such as schizophrenia often die ten or twenty years earlier than others.

More than 75 percent of people with mental illnesses, in low- and middle-income countries, receive no treatment at all, as a result of the decades-long chronic shortage of mental health promotion, disease prevention and care. Stigma, discrimination and human rights violations against persons with mental illness are still widespread in these societies.

The loss of productivity caused by depression and anxiety is one of the most common mental disorders, costing the global economy nearly $ 1 trillion annually, while governments allocate less than 2 percent of their national budgets to mental health. And that is despite every dollar invested in expanding treatment for depression and anxiety, it brings a return of $ 5.

Corona and mental health

Prior to the outbreak of the Coronavirus, high-cost care services in the field of mental health were limited around the world, but this outbreak and its implications for the weakness of the health system, home quarantine and social distancing led to an exacerbation of the situation, due to fear of the spread of infection and the risk of its spread in the residence facilities for mental patients, such as Care and psychiatric institutions, in addition to closing mental health facilities to divert their use to care for people with HIV.
The measures to restrict the movement of people and home quarantine, cancel the daily routine of employees and workers, change the pattern of business and close schools in the interest of distance education, temporary unemployment and the absence of direct contact with other family members, friends and colleagues, manage feelings of fear of infection with the virus, and concern about close people at risk. In particular, all are reasons that have led to more alertness and vigilance to pay attention to mental health at the time of the Corona outbreak, especially for previously mentally ill people.

For this reason, the World Health Organization joined forces with partner organizations, United for Global Mental Health and the World Federation for Mental Health, to call for this year’s World Mental Health Day, for a significant increase in Investments are directed at the mental health sector, especially since the economic consequences of this pandemic are already being felt, as companies have laid off their employees in an attempt to save their business, or have already closed their doors. It is expected that the need for support in the field of mental health and psychosocial support will increase in the coming months and years due to the pandemic that is ravaging the world. Investing nationally and internationally in mental health programs, which have already suffered for years from chronic underfunding, is now more important than it has ever been.

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Events on the International Day

In the context of the increasing interest in this global day this year and in light of the Corona crisis, the major demonstration for mental health was held on October 9th, which was joined by mental health activists from all over the world, and its activities were broadcast live on Facebook 24 hours , As well as content from the opinions of moderators and first-hand experiences of influential people and personalities from around the world. The virtual audience heard stories of the dedication of civil society activists from 19 countries and influential figures from civil society groups who participated in the campaign, “Speak Your Mind”. Participants in the campaign are specialists and interested persons from the following nineteen countries: Argentina, Australia, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Liberia, Nepal, New Zealand, Nigeria, Pakistan, Peru, the Philippines, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Tonga, the United Kingdom, and the states United.
Ingrid Daniels, President of the World Federation of Mental Health, said: “It has now been nearly 30 years since the World Mental Health Federation launched the first World Mental Health Day. During this period, we have witnessed an increasing openness to talk about mental health in many countries of the world.” The World Federation for Mental Health is an international organization established in 1948 to advance the issues of prevention of mental and emotional disorders, provide those with them with the necessary treatment and care, and promote mental health.

As for Elisha London, founder and CEO of United for Global Mental Health, she said, “It is now more necessary to invest in mental health than at any time in light of the lack of access to adequate and quality mental health services for many.”
On October 10, the World Health Organization will, for the first time, host a global online event on awareness-raising around the world to reduce mental illness and the harmful use of alcohol and drugs. World leaders and mental health experts will join the WHO Director-General to speak about their commitment to mental health and the additional work that can be done in this area. World-renowned musicians who have raised their voices loudly in advocating the importance of mental health will participate in performing musical connections. Sports figures of both genders, whose lives have been affected by mental health conditions, will also participate to talk about their experiences and showcase their ways of dealing with health conditions such as depression and anxiety.


Iran Accuses Saudi Arabia of Troubling in the Middle East


NEW YORK – Permanent Representative Iran at the United Nations, Majid Takht-Ravanchi, describes Saudi Arabia as a major source of instability in the Middle East region. Ravanchi said the stark fact is Saudi Arabia is the main financial backer of the Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein and his aggression against Yemen.

The statement was a response to the speech of the King of Saudi Arabia Salman bin Abdulaziz al-Saud at the UN General Assembly that attacked Iran. According to him, the accusations made by King Salman were baseless and baseless.(Also read: King Salman Attacks Iran in Debut UN General Assembly)

“Saudi Arabia has been a source of instability in the Middle East region for decades,” Ravanchi said as quoted by the Iranian news agency, IRNA, Friday (25/9/2020).

Ravanchi said that Saudi Arabia has carried out a series of disinformation campaigns to divert attention from its activities that violate the basic principles of morality and humanity and the rule of international law, in particular international humanitarian law.

“Saudi Arabia is the main financial backer of Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein’s eight years of aggression against the Islamic Republic of Iran in which he committed many crimes, including the use of chemical weapons against Iran and the City and Iraqis,” he said.

He also accused Saudi Arabia of supporting terrorist groups. Saudi Arabia has also pursued a destructive policy in the Middle East, referring to the Gulf kingdom’s interference in the Yemen conflict.

The conflict in Yemen has caused death and destruction in which thousands of civilians have been killed and displaced, including children and women. The armed conflict has also caused one of the world’s worst humanitarian crises as millions of people still face the risk of starvation.(Also read: Eight Million Children Out of School in Yemen Due to War and Covid-19)

“Such crimes are so brutal and gruesome that the United Nations has placed the country at the top of the global child killer list. Although later, for obvious non-professional reasons, his name was dropped from the list,” he said.

Ravanchi then emphasized that restoring peace and security in the Middle East requires sincere dialogue with the active and constructive involvement of all regional countries based on mutual respect, inclusiveness and basic principles of international law.

He then mentioned that the Iranian president had launched the so-called Hormuz Peace Effort at the UN General Assembly last year which he said received positive reactions from a number of regional countries.

“I underline that relying on foreign troops whose primary interest is selling more lethal weapons to this region has not resulted in security for the region,” he said.

“On the contrary, the countries of the region must resolve their differences through dialogue and rely on their own capabilities to promote peace and security in the region. In this context, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is called upon to accept such calls for dialogue among all the Persian Gulf coastal States,” he snapped.