During his visit to Washington, the diplomats will meet with President trump
The members of the UN Security Council on Monday to visit Washington to hold a working lunch with the President of the United States Donald trump to explore the fragments of rockets, allegedly manufactured in Iran.
Members of the security Council have the opportunity to explore major portions of the short-range missiles, which the US Ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley was presented in December at a press conference at a military base in Washington.
Haley then said that fragments of the rocket are irrefutable proof that Iran is arming the rebels-Houthis in Yemen.
“It was made in Iran, sent by the militants of the Houthi in Yemen, where it was shot in a civil airport, with the risk of killing hundreds of civilians in Saudi Arabia,” said Haley in December.
The Americans were given to understand that they intend to use the UN mechanisms to engage Iran accountable for violating an international embargo on arms supplies to Yemen rebels.
It is part of the administration’s strategy trump, which provides for the preservation of the nuclear agreement with Iran by 2015, but also calls to engage Tehran to account for other negative activities in the region, including providing support to groups such as the Houthis in Yemen and Hezbollah in Lebanon.
In December, Haley accused Teheran that he concealed nuclear deal: “They do all these things, yet we are all focused on each other.”
The wreckage of the rocket at the time provided by Saudi Arabia and the UAE, which lead the coalition against the Houthis. Lasted nearly three years the war with the Houthis has caused a serious humanitarian crisis in Yemen.
President trump invited the members of the security Council at a working Breakfast, as he did last year.
Members of the security Council will also visit the Holocaust Memorial Museum accompanied by the national security adviser G. R. McMaster. As reported by the U.S. mission to the UN, they will visit the exhibition, devoted to the Syrian conflict, which is called “Syria: please don’t forget about us.”