Sana’a: Armistice in Yemen Ended without Extension
Head of Sana’a negotiating delegation, Mohammed Abdulsalam, confirmed on Thursday the end of the armistice in Yemen due to the intransigence of the Saudi-led coalition countries towards the humanitarian demands and natural rights of the Yemeni people.
Abdulslam said in a tweet to on Twitter: “The truce ended and was not extended due to the intransigence of the coalition countries in front of the humanitarian demands and natural rights of the Yemeni people, which include opening Sana’a International Airport and the port of Hodeida without any obstacles and benefiting from the country’s oil and gas resources for the payment of the salaries of all Yemeni employees.”
He stressed that “peace in Yemen is not impossible if the coalition countries abandoned their transcendental policy, and put their national and national interests ahead of the interests of America and Britain, the two countries benefiting from the continuation of the war and the siege on Yemen.”
Yesterday, Diplomatic sources revealed that the consultations that were held between Sana’a on the one hand and Saudi Arabia on the other, through the Omani mediator and international mediators, have so far succeeded in agreeing on nearly 90% of Sana’a’s demands. It is expected to be completed in the coming hours, unless an emergency occurs.
In the same context, the President of the Political Council in Sana’a, Mahdi Al-Mashat, confirmed in his meeting with the Assistant Secretary-General of the United Nations today, it is not possible to accept any proposal to confiscate the rights of some of the Yemeni people. Noting that whoever rejects the rights of the Yemeni people is the one who rejects the armistice, and Sana’a is committed to a just and honorable peace.
During the past hours, a Saudi delegation for prisoners arrived in the capital, Sana’a, in exchange for a delegation from Sana’a to Abha, although the Prisoners’ Committee confirmed that the delegation had no political relationship, however, a breakthrough in this file would not have occurred without a breakthrough in the military and humanitarian file.