The conflict in Yemen has been ongoing for years, and it shows no signs of ending soon. In recent weeks, the Chairman of the Yemeni Presidential Leadership Council, Dr. Rashad Al-Alimi, has been advocating for the European Union to designate the Iranian-backed Houthi militias as terrorists. He claims that the group has committed egregious practices and violations of international law that should not be tolerated. Al-Alimi also discussed European efforts to end the war and help Yemenis achieve peace and stability. The EU delegation expressed their support of these efforts, and Al-Alimi commended them for taking this position. He went on to accuse the Houthis of collaborating with terror groups, including Al-Qaeda and ISIS, and pointed to the long-standing relationship between the group and Iran. This collaboration has been a major cause of instability in the region. Al-Alimi commended the National Defense Council’s decision to label the Houthis a terrorist group. This designation has allowed for increased international action against the group, and it has been an important step towards achieving peace and stability in Yemen. While the conflict is far from over, this is a welcome development for the people of Yemen. The designation of the Houthis as a terrorist group is a necessary step towards ending the conflict in Yemen. It is now up to the international community to take action and help bring about an end to the war.