Al-Mashat’s last warning to Saudi Arabia: I absolve myself before God of any setback in the dialogues
Mehdi Al-Mashat, the President of the Supreme Political Council (the highest authority in Sana’a), emphasized on Monday the “urgent need for an immediate end to the blockade and engagement in confidence-building measures on the humanitarian and economic sides,” referring to the Saudi-led coalition.
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Al-Mashat underlined in a speech commemorating the September 26 Revolution anniversary that “solutions must ensure respect for the full and undiminished rights of Sana’a, reaching salvation from all factors of hatred and animosity among the people of the same country and the same nation.”
The Saudi-Emirati coalition was warned, saying: “I absolve myself before God of any setback in the dialogues and from any consequences that may result from procrastination and delay in responding to this sincere call,” highlighting the fact that “at the forefront of confidence-building measures is opening airports and ports completely and the payment of salaries.”
The President of the Supreme Political Council in Sana’a urged to “abandon hostile strategies and practices and transition to an atmosphere of peace and dialogue that leads to just solutions.” He also called on what he described as “local adversaries,” as well as all of our surroundings and neighbors, to “do what we call ourselves to and oblige them to do with what we commit ourselves to in terms of good intentions, good actions, and good positions.”