Lord Dholakia: ...community in Sana'a mirrors the persecution suffered by the Baha'i living in Iran", what assessment they have made of the influence of Iran against the interests of the Baha'i community in Sana'a, Yemen.
Lord Bates: In countries with live conflicts such as Iraq, Syria and Yemen it is especially difficult for DFID to operate and monitor delivery. In these countries, DFID finances partners that have experience of delivering successfully and in conformity with international humanitarian principles in conflict environments. In addition, in Syria and Yemen (where HMG staff are unable to travel), we have...
Michael Ellis: ...’s debate. He puts his views extremely powerfully on the record. I am not going to say anything more about that. The right hon. Member for Leicester East (Keith Vaz) spoke once more about Yemen, an issue that is very close to his heart. He is a doughty campaigner, a powerful advocate for a wide variety of causes. He is not in his place because he has business elsewhere. The Foreign...
Keith Vaz: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, if the Government will use its position in the UK to table a new UN resolution to end the civil war in Yemen.
Boris Johnson: ..., Iran, Iraq, Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories, Libya, Maldives, Pakistan, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, South Sudan, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Syria, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Venezuela, Yemen and Zimbabwe. This report focuses on how the Government is striving to protect and promote human rights around the world. In the two centuries since Britain became the first country to...
Peter Grant: ...on Saudi Arabia that the Government appear to have commissioned but now will not tell anybody about. Of course, there is no suggestion at all that the Saudi Arabian Government are involved in anything unlawful in Yemen or anywhere else. How could anyone possibly suggest that? What steps are the Government taking to arrive at a legally sound definition of what a terrorist-supporting state...
the Bishop of Coventry: Her Majesty's Government what assessment they have made of the situation facing Bahá'ís and other religious minorities in Yemen.
Stephen Doughty: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, how many responses from the Joint Incident Assessment Team to incidents in Yemen referred to it by the Government he has received in the last 12 months.
Caroline Lucas: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, with reference to the Answer of 4 April 2017 to Question 69434 and pursuant to the Answer of 11 July 2017 to Question 3308, on Yemen: military intervention, whether he is conducting any further investigations on where that helicopter was made; and if he will make a statement.
Stephen Doughty: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, how many UK armed forces personnel are currently involved in training operations in support of aerial targeting procedures used by the airforces of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.
Keith Vaz: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, when he last met his Yemeni counterpart.
Keith Vaz: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, what recent representations he has made to the Government of Saudi Arabia on the situation in Yemen.
Keith Vaz: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, when he plans to appoint a new Special Envoy for Yemen.
Lord Judd: ...is taken into account when arms exports decisions are being made; and how they are applying the Treaty provisions to Saudi Arabia, with particular reference to that state's activities in Yemen.
Lord Hylton: Her Majesty's Government what assessment they have made of the extent to which the supply of weapons from the UK to Saudi-Arabia, some of which have been used in the Yemen, complies with the UK's obligations under the Arms Trade Treaty for a risk-based assessment of end-use.
Lord Hylton: ...what evidence they have that the Saudi Arabian air force is adequately trained in the accurate use of weapons such as the Paveway bomb supplied by the UK, so as to prevent civilian deaths in Yemen and elsewhere.
Keith Vaz: Will the Secretary of State give priority in allocating funds to areas of the world such as Yemen? There is a humanitarian catastrophe in Yemen, where 300,000 people are facing a cholera epidemic.
Baroness Goldie: ...Gulf states from the critical support they provide to African countries in peacekeeping contributions and humanitarian assistance, and from finding political solutions to the conflicts in Syria and Yemen. As was recognised, the stability of the Gulf is also fundamental to the security and prosperity of the United Kingdom. The noble Lords, Lord McInnes and Lord Purvis, in particular...
Keith Vaz: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, when he last spoke to the President of Yemen.
Caroline Lucas: ...April 2017 to Question 69434, what response he has received from the Government of Saudi Arabia to his enquiry about the attack by a helicopter on a boat carrying Somali civilians off the coast of Yemen on 16 March 2017; whether he has yet been able to establish whether the helicopter that fired on that boat was made in the UK; and if he will make a statement.