The Yemeni government said on Sunday that the UN armistice and negotiations held in the Jordanian capital, Amman, revealed once again, inside and outside the country, the reality of the Iranian-affiliated Houthi terrorist militia.
Yemeni Information Minister, Muammar Al-Eryani, said the events in Yemen from the entrance in force of the truce confirmed that the Houthi militia is the one that represents an obstacle to efforts to calm and establish pace.
He accused the Houthi militia of besieging civilians, plundering their income instead of directing them to pay employees’ salaries and using the humanitarian file as material for disinformation, extortion and bargaining.
Al-Eryani indicated, in a press release, which the government, from the first moment of the entry declaration in force of the UN truce, began to implement all the obligations contained in the declaration of armistice, then stopped firing on all fronts, facilitated the arrival of oil-derived vessels at the port of Hodeidah and restarted the Sanaa airport to two destinations “Jordan and Egypt.” He has made many concessions to achieve this in order to alleviate the suffering of the Yemenis.
He points out that, on the other hand, the Houthi militia has not implemented any of the commitments contained in the declaration of armistice, and has continued its violations on various fronts, and has repudiated the obligation to open the crossings and facilitate the movement of citizens and the movement of goods between the governorates, and hindered any initiative and solution to open a road no more than half a kilometer to the main entrance to the Taiz Governorate, as he said.
The Yemeni Minister of Information called on the international community, the United Nations and the envoys of the United Nations and the United States to reconsider how in they face the Houthi militia and put real pressure on the militias to commit in good faith in the efforts to calm and bring the paceand to prevent them from using the armistice as an opportunity to organize the cards and prepare for a new round of escalation.
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