The government to its delegation to the Amman negotiations: Lifting the siege of Taiz without conditionsEnglish - الأربعاء 25 مايو 2022 الساعة 08:56 م
Prime Minister Maeen Abdul-Malik stressed, on Wednesday, that the Houthi terrorist militia should not be allowed to distract discussions in the talks, as it usually does with the negotiations.
This came during his meeting in the capital, Aden, with a government team heading to the Jordanian capital, Amman, to negotiate the UN armistice clause on opening roads and lifting the Houthi siege on the city of Taiz.
A government team is heading to Amman to participate in meetings called by the UN Special Envoy for Yemen, Hans Grundberg, regarding lifting the siege imposed by the terrorist Houthi militia on Taiz seven years ago.
And the Yemeni News Agency reported that Abdul-Malik directed the government team, in his speech, to focus on lifting the militia's siege on Taiz, urgently and without any conditions.
He pointed out that the Houthi militia's procrastination and repudiation of implementing what concerns it in accordance with the armistice is a matter that places the international community and the United Nations in front of their responsibility to name those who obstruct peace and deepen the human suffering of Yemenis, and to take deterrent sanctions against the militia.
The Prime Minister also reiterated the Presidential Leadership Council's keenness to achieve peace in accordance with the agreed terms of reference, and to do everything possible to make the international truce a success.