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Violence must cease in Yemen, watchful France reiterates

On 24 September 2011, the day following the return of President Saleh, the United Nations Security Council expressed its views on the situation in Yemen, underlining the urgency of the situation and the growing concern of the international community faced with the attitude of the Yemeni authorities.

France is keeping watch to ensure that the Security Council continues to monitor the situation attentively, and will speak up again should there be any increase in the violence in Yemen.

Violence must cease, and it is important for President Saleh to meet his responsibilities and initiate transition without delay, in the interest of the Yemeni people. We call on all parties concerned to encourage an agreement along these lines.

The positions adopted by the regional players demonstrate the urgency of implementing the GCC plan.

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