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    The Houthis want to negotiate with Saudi Arabia

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    The Houthis want to negotiate with Saudi Arabia Empty The Houthis want to negotiate with Saudi Arabia

    Post by Rocky Mon 08 Jan 2018, 2:06 am

    The Houthis want to negotiate with Saudi Arabia
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     Follow-up / Sky Press:

    "The resumption of the peace process must be with Saudi Arabia, not with the government of President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi," said Abdul Aziz bin Habtoor, head of the so-called internationally recognized Huthi government.

    This came during a meeting between Ben Habtour and an UN delegation led by the UN Deputy Special Envoy to Yemen, Moin Shreim, in the capital Sanaa, according to the news agency "Saba".

    Ben Habtour said the resumption of the political process should be with Saudi Arabia, which has been leading the coalition since March 2015.

    He explained that what he called "the decision of aggression" on Yemen, "Saudi excellence," describing the legitimate authority as "a hotel government does not have any opportunity or authority to achieve the desired peace."

    Riyadh defended its military intervention in Yemen, saying the move came in response to a request from the legitimate president, Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi.

    "The mission of the international delegation is to facilitate the peace process in Yemen by bringing the views of all the parties concerned closer together," the deputy UN envoy was quoted as saying by Saba news agency.

    On Saturday, the international delegation headed by Shreim arrived in Sana'a for an unannounced visit to discuss ways to resume peace negotiations in Yemen with the Huthi leaders.

    This visit is Shrim's first visit to Sana'a since he was appointed to the post of Deputy Lulid Sheikh in September.

    Nearly three years ago, Yemen is witnessing a violent war between government forces loyal to President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi, supported by Saudi Arabian forces led by Saudi Arabia and al-Houthi militants.







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    Houthis: Peace negotiations must be with Saudi Arabia



    "The resumption of the peace process must be with Saudi Arabia, not with the government of President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi," the head of the Houthi government, Abdel Aziz Ben Habtour, said.
    This came during a meeting between "Ben Habtoor" and an international delegation headed by the Deputy United Nations envoy to Yemen, Moin Shraim, in the capital Sanaa, according to news agency "Saba" of the Houthis. 
    "The resumption of the political process should be with Saudi Arabia, which has been leading the coalition since March 2015," said Ben Habtour. 
    He explained that what he called "the decision of aggression" on Yemen, "Saudi excellence," describing the legitimate authority as "a hotel government does not have any opportunity or authority to achieve the desired peace." 
    Riyadh defended its military intervention in Yemen, saying that "the move came in response to a request from the legitimate President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi." 
    "The mission of the international delegation is to facilitate the peace process in Yemen by bringing the views of all parties concerned closer together," the deputy UN envoy was quoted as saying by Saba news agency.
    On Saturday, a UN delegation headed by Shreim arrived in Sana'a for an undeclared visit to discuss ways to resume peace negotiations in Yemen with Huthi leaders. 
    This is Shireem's first visit to Sana'a since he was appointed to the position of deputy to the elder Sheikh in September




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