A/HRC/RES/54/29 United Nations General Assembly Distr.: General 17 October 2023 Original: English Human Rights Council Fifty-fourth session 11 September–13 October 2023 Agenda item 10 Technical assistance and capacity-building Resolution adopted by the Human Rights Council on 12 October 2023 54/29. Technical assistance and capacity-building for Yemen in the field of human rights The Human Rights Council, Guided by the purposes and principles of the Charter of the United Nations and the provisions of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and recalling relevant international human rights treaties, Recognizing the primary responsibility of States to promote and protect human rights, Reaffirming its strong commitment to the sovereignty, independence, unity and territorial integrity of Yemen, Recalling Security Council resolutions 2014 (2011) of 21 October 2011, 2051 (2012) of 12 June 2012 and 2140 (2014) of 26 February 2014, and Human Rights Council resolutions 18/19 of 29 September 2011, 19/29 of 23 March 2012, 21/22 of 27 September 2012, 24/32 of 27 September 2013, 27/19 of 25 September 2014, 30/18 of 2 October 2015, 33/16 of 29 September 2016, 36/31 of 29 September 2017, 39/23 of 28 September 2018, 42/31 of 27 September 2019, 45/26 of 6 October 2020, 48/21 of 11 October 2021 and 51/39 of 7 October 2022, Emphasizing Security Council resolutions 2216 (2015) of 14 April 2015, 2451 (2018) of 21 December 2018 and 2624 (2022) of 28 February 2022, Welcoming the commitment of the Government of Yemen to maintaining the humanitarian truce despite the refusal of the Houthis to renew the agreement on it, Welcoming also the process of exchange of prisoners between the two sides, and calling for the lifting of the siege of the city of Taiz and facilitating the delivery of humanitarian aid, Reiterating its strong support for the international efforts to reach a comprehensive ceasefire, to end the conflict in Yemen and to renew a meaningful and inclusive political dialogue for peace, represented by the initiative of the Special Envoy of the SecretaryGeneral for Yemen, the initiative of Saudi Arabia, the efforts of the Special Envoy of the United States of America for Yemen and some countries in the region, and recalling the need for all parties to the conflict to react to these efforts in a flexible and constructive manner, without preconditions, and to fully and immediately implement all provisions of relevant Security Council resolutions, while welcoming in this regard the positive engagement of the Government of Yemen, GE.23-20061(E)

Select target paragraph3