Senior Iranian officials and Yemen's HouthiAnsarullah movement have sat down for talks in Tehran on ways to help end the political conflict in the war-torn country and provide humanitarian aid to its people.
Hossein Jaberi Ansari, the Iranian foreign minister's special assistant for political affairs, met with Mohammad Abdulsalam, the Ansarullah's spokesperson, in the capital Tehran.
The spokesman also said that the coalition seeks to increase the number of those who benefit from the humanitarian aids in Yemen. Yet only a political solution and ending the conflict will end the suffering of the Yemeni people.
Abdulsalam briefed the Iranian top diplomat about the current situation and the ongoing human tragedy in Yemen.
The Arab Coalition to restore legitimacy in Yemen welcomed on Monday any worldwide efforts aimed at restoring peace in the war-torn country.
Zarif underlined the need for what he called an urgent end to the bombardment and siege of the country.
He further said given the human catastrophe in Yemen that was caused by the relentless airstrikes of the coalition against the people of the country, there is a necessity for the worldwide community to send humanitarian assistance to Yemen immediately.
Saudi Arabia and its allies have been seeking to return Yemen's former Riyadh-aligned government to power.
The government forces, backed by the United Arab Emirates (UAE), made a significant progress during the ongoing fighting with the Iranian-backed Houthis on the outskirts of Hodeidah.
United Nations statistics show more than 10,000 people, a lot of them civilians, have been killed since the coalition intervened in the Yemeni civil war that also displaced around three million.
In the recent months, Saudi Arabia and its allies have alleged that Iran has been supplying Houthi fighters with weapons including missiles, used to hit Saudi targets.