Yemen is one of the countries going through a difficult situation of instability, due to an increase in warlike confrontations and a high incidence of terrorism. This is concerning for the nations on the council, who are attempting to normalise the situation , to date without success, due overall to the fact that the parties involved in a search for a solution do not yet coincide on the approaches to take.
The disagreement between members of the Security Council was clear on 26th February, with the veto presented by the Russian Federation, to the project of Resolution S/18/156, regarding the implementation of mechanisms leading to the establishment of peace in Yemen. A peace that would involve an immediate halt to confrontations in this member country of the United Nations.
Various members of the council lamented the result of the voting and offered various recommendations so that the parties in the conflict continue to negotiate, according the the Great Britain representative, in his speech.
The Republic of Equatorial Guinea was represented at this meeting number 8190 of the Security Council by the Permanent Representative, Anatolio Ndong Mba, and the First Deputy Representative, Job Obiang Esono Mbengono, in addition to various advisers.
Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea