Yemeni Peace Talks




Negotiations to solve the Yemeni Civil War and Crisis

Number of delegates


Friday: Room 1009 Saturday/Sunday: Z538

The Yemeni Peace Talks are a chance for delegates to really experience the difficult negotiations where it really matters. The conflict in Yemen has raged for years, propelled by both sides and their partners. Delegates will need to channel all their diplomatic knowledge to create a peace agreement that satisfies both sides and brings peace to the region once more.


The Chairs

Luca Nicola

Luca is a political science student at the University of Zurich and is very pleased to be chairing at this year’s edition of IsarMUN. He is incredibly excited to be able to chair such a unique and intricate committee, and will give it his all to make it a great experience. Fun Fact about himself, He adores patterned socks, so be sure to bring your best sock game to the committee! He has other passions too, such as painting, catching up on TV Series (often simultaneously), and diving. He looks forward to discovering Munich and meeting everyone at IsarMUN this November.

Michael Bornholdt 

Michael Bornholdt completed his B.Sc. of Physics at the University of Hamburg and will begin his Master’s in Computational Science and Engineering at the TUM this October. Michaels enthusiasm for natural sciences and geopolitics has motivated him to spend time studying abroad at Imperial College London, in Stellenbosch, South Africa, and in Perth, Australia. His MUN experience is closely linked to the leadership program be-boosted and most notably includes LIMUN and WorldMUN. He now is looking forward to applying his creativity and organizational skills to role of the Chair at IsarMun.

Kirill Lavrov

Kirill grew up in Russia and Germany, having finished secondary school at the Russian Embassy in Berlin. Currently, he is studying Economics in his bachelor’s final year at the University of Mannheim. Here he commenced his MUN journey in 2017 and is presently serving a term as Vice-President of our society. Academic excellence, along with intercultural encounters inside and outside committee, draws him to this year’s edition of IsarMUN. Besides his passions for economics and debating, he is an avid traveller, having visited almost 60 countries throughout his life and enjoy the arts as well as the small things in life.