The Senate was to take a procedural vote later Wednesday on whether to consider a resolution that would end USA assistance for the conflict that human rights advocates say is wreaking havoc on the country and subjecting civilians to indiscriminate bombing.
The Senate voted 63-37 to consider a resolution to remove US support of Saudi Arabia-led forces in Yemen, defying a White House memo strongly opposing the measure. Sen. In the briefing, Pompeo argued that the war in Yemen would be "a hell of a lot worse" if the United States were not involved.
After releasing the results of its initial investigation, the Saudi Public Prosecution announced that 18 Saudis were arrested for their alleged connections with the killing. The U.S. has provided limited support, including intelligence sharing, logistics and, until recently, aerial refueling, according to the White House.
What did Mike Pompeo say?The Yemeni government had launched six wars against the Houthis over the preceding decade, and Saudi Arabia accused the rebels of colluding with its regional rival, Iran. "We discussed multiple aspects of India-Saudi Arabia relations and ways to further boost economic, cultural and energy ties", the prime minister wrote on Twitter. "There is no direct reporting connecting the crown prince to the order to murder Jamal Khashoggi".
"It is long past overdue that Congress remove USA forces from Yemen as recent circumstances only confirm", he said, citing us intelligence reports that Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered the killing of Khashoggi, a Saudi journalist and Washington Post columnist.
UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres is willing to meet Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman, deputy premier and minister of defense, when he attends the Group of 20 summit in Argentina, Guterres said on Wednesday.
"Any key vote, anything that you need me for to get out of town, I ain't doing it until we hear from the CIA", Mr Graham said.
A number came out saying the arguments they had heard had not been convincing.
The conclusions, and the fact that CIA Director Gina Haspel didn't appear, angered some senators.
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"It's outrageous that the Senate can be stonewalled from hearing from the Central Intelligence Agency director", Menendez said.
Khashoggi's murder - which sparked worldwide condemnation of Riyadh - has also renewed public outrage in Canada over Ottawa's controversial $15-billion deal to sell light armoured vehicles to the kingdom.
"We have a problem here".
"Abandoning Yemen would do vast damage to U.S. national security interests and those of our Middle Eastern allies and partners".
Argentina has also launched an inquiry into MBS's possible role in war crimes in Yemen and as it relates to Khashoggi.
What have the Yemeni sides recently agreed?"It's very important to act and to speak only on the basis of real certainty", Freeland said.
The coalition has recently ordered a halt in a fierce offensive on Hudaydah, a port on the Red Sea.
They said the meeting signifies the importance that both leaders attach to the issue of climate change.
The Houthis went on to take the capital Sanaa, forcing President Abdrabbuh Mansour Hadi into exile overseas.