The Stockholm Agreement

Posted in Uncategorized by Hemant Naidu on April 13, 2021

The intention of the parties to take human rights into account when approving the Stockholm Agreement is essential. In view of the international crimes and widespread human rights violations that have been claimed by all parties, it is significant that, in supporting the Stockholm Agreement, the parties explicitly supported the “importance of dealing urgently” with regard to the “humanitarian situation” with regard to prisoners in Yemen and the basis of their agreement on “legal procedures and provisions” , in particular the conventions, principles and norms of international humanitarian law [and] human rights.” [30] The parties went so far as to involve the International Committee of the Red Cross in “ensuring respect for fundamental humanitarian principles and procedures”[31] and to recognize that humanitarian considerations motivated the ceasefire and the redistribution of troops in Hodeidah. The first term was an “agreement on the city of Hodeidah and the ports of Hodeidah, Salif and Ras Issa,”[18] which, first and foremost, agreed to an “immediate cease-fire” and then a “redeploy mutualment of forces” in these areas. [19] The Stockholm Agreement was the first agreement of the parties to the conflict in Yemen. It was the first time since Kuwait, which had been a party to the conflict since Kuwait in 2016, and for the first time since the beginning of the conflict, they managed to agree on several important issues aimed at mitigating the humanitarian situation in Yemen.In this, and the Stockholm consultations remain a step towards building trust between the parties – an essential asset for any successful peace-building effort. Unfortunately, the city is a critical area of the Stockholm Agreement, which needs to put more emphasis on mediating agreements between the parties on de-escalation of hostilities and opening lasting humanitarian corridors to alleviate the suffering of Taz residents. On the second route, Saudi Arabia and the Houthis are expected to participate in talks to stop cross-border attacks. The U.S. is best-placed- of the best-of-the-war-to-encourage Saudi Arabia to reestablish meaningful communication with the Huthis in pursuit of such a such a such agreement.