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Al-Alimi: The Houthis have transformed the Sanaa airport from a humanitarian practice to a political issue

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Today, Tuesday, the head of the Yemeni Presidential Governing Council, Rashad Muhammad Al-Alimi, renewed his support for the humanitarian truce in the country under the auspices of the United Nations, with all its provisions, including the insistence on the opening of cross to the city of Taiz, besieged by the Houthis.

This took place during his meeting today in Aden, together with the Vice President of the Presidential Leadership Council, Brigadier General Tariq Saleh, Prime Minister Dr. Maeen Abdul-Malik, United Nations envoy in Yemen Hans Grundberg and the accompanying delegation.

During the meeting, the president heard a briefing from the United Nations envoy, Hans Grundberg, on the efforts being made to establish a humanitarian truce, leading to alleviating the suffering of all the Yemeni people.

The chairman of the Leadership Council told the UN envoy the willingness of the legitimate government to provide whatever is necessary to facilitate the success of the UN’s efforts to bring pace in our country, ending the coup d’état carried out by the Houthi militia with Iranian support.

As for the Sanaa airport, Al-Alimi confirmed that the legitimate government has made many proposals, but they have been met with clear intransigence by the Houthi militias.

He pointed out that the Houthi militia transformed the Sanaa airport from a humanitarian file in a political issue and diverted this file from its humanitarian objectives for which the agreement was concluded.

Al-Alimi, the UN envoy, recalled the need for the Houthi militias to undertake to sell to state employees the salaries deriving from oil revenues from the port of Hodeidah, as required by the Stockholm Agreement.

He also stressed, during the meeting, the need to speed up the implementation of the prisoner agreement, in compliance with the agreement signed with the Office of the United Nations Envoy.

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