Yemen will be on the agenda during the US president’s visit to Jeddah, but Yemeni politicians are not invited.
With a country so divided by war, it is perhaps not surprising that the Yemeni reaction to United States President Joe Biden’s trip to Saudi Arabia, an active participant in the war in Yemen, is not monolithic.
Biden assumed power in January last year, and in his first foreign policy speech emphasized that the conflict in Yemen had to end. He declared that US offensive support for Saudi military operations in Yemen would stop, appearing to shift the US’s position on the Saudi role in the country, after years of support under former President Donald Trump.
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