Ever ruled by president Hadi as the Saudi-led

Ever since the involvement of the Saudi-led coalition and Iran in the civil war of Yemen, one of the Middle Easts’ poorest countries is now a battle ground for the “cold war” that proceeds between both the countries. The war broke out when the citizens of Yemen thrived for change, sparking a mass movement to overthrow the President Saleh. This forced the president to hand over his rule to his deputy Abdrabbuh Mansour Hadi in 2011. Unfortunately, since the Hadi government also brought dissatisfaction, citizens had diverged into two groups; those supporting the rule of Saleh known as Houthis and those supporting Hadi. The rebel groups and Houthis, tried to take control of the entire country which forced Hadi to take asylum in Saudi Arabia, paving a way for Iran to attack Saudi Arabia as it borders Yemen. The Houthis are supported majorly by Iran as they are both from the Shiite branch and seeing this as a threat Saudi Arabia immediately fought back.Saudi Arabia fights for the government ruled by president Hadi as the Saudi-led coalition which is heavily supported by the UK, USA, France and other nations. Saudi Arabia has recently been warned to allow aid workers to Yemen although Saudi Arabia has refused to send any. This is because Saudi Arabia believes that the aid workers are at risk.Some solutions put forth by Saudi Arabia are;-Taking into consideration the Yemeni citizens, the Houthi shall surrender to the Hadi rule in a peaceful manner.A peaceful negotiation between the Houthi and the Hadi supporters to form a stable government to represent Yemen as a whole.Calls upon Iran to negotiate with Saudi Arabia to put an end to the supporting of opposing sides to the Yemen Civil War.The issue with refugees due to this war as well as those who were internally placed in Yemen  must be put forth in the UNHCR.Since the early Napoleoc era, Political Sanctions have been in operation in the modern world. Sanctions may include various forms of trade barriers, tariffs, and restrictions on financial transactions. Today, often when countries are found to be working with terrorist groups, sanctions are most the most dominant way to close off relations with these countries. A sanction leaves a country with limited options and allows a harsh yet swift transaction from a corrupted country to an adequate country. Saudi Arabia believes in this method.Saudi Arabia believes sanctions should be imposed towards governing bodies who have actively shown support to terrorist or extremist groups. By not quarantining these areas would mean to provide these militant groups with the necessary equipment and aid to help them in their conquest of seeking regime. In cases involving civilians being put at risk however, Saudi Arabia would not oppose to see these sanctions tweaked so that Aid and safe passage out may be provided to these citizens.SOLUTIONS:- Saudi Arabia believes that sanctions on various extremist groups are important, however, it also believes that the lives of the denizens of this area is valuable too. Saudi Arabia would like to see a resolution formed in which Humanitarian Exemptions can be made in sanctioned jurisdictions provided that certain criteria’s be met.- Saudi Arabia would like to see strict sanctions on Iran for its support of terrorism and sanctions on Iran for violating the ballistic missile resolutions of the United Nations, however, Saudi Arabia remains open to the idea of letting Humanitarian Aid workers and Aid Facilities be transported into Iran’s territory to support the endangered population. That being said, Saudi Arabia would like to see UNPKF forces accompany Aid Workers in Iran as extremist groups in Iran have previously abducted Aid Workers.