UN Envoy: The push for the pace

United Nations Special Envoy for Yemen, Hans Grundberg, called on all local and international human rights organizations and organizations to assume their responsibilities towards civilians, adding: “The push continues to make progress in opening of roads in Taiz e in other governorates. “He indicated that he invited all parties to work in constructive way e in good faith, giving priority to the interests of Yemeni civilians.

In addition, he pointed out that his team is working hard to help find solutions to resume flights from Sanaa, which is one of the terms stipulated in the armistice agreement announced at the beginning of Ramadan, while the Yemeni government announced that it has presented several options to facilitate access for citizens in the undeveloped areas, obtain official passports and start arranging flights to Sanaa International Airport, but the Houthi militia has dealt with these measures with intransigence and refusal.

Interestingly, the United Nations announced on April 1 this April that the Yemeni sides agreed on a two-month armistice that began the next day, a complete cessation of military operations. in Yemen, in addition to the opening of the Sana’a airport to predetermined regional destinations, as well as the approval of the entry of ships carrying fuel into the port of Hodeidah.

The announcement of tale truce has arrived in that moment, in coincidence with the consultations in Riyadh, in which announced the formation of a presidential board of directors in Yemen on 7 April, to take over the political, military and security management of the state during the transition phase, where the council is headed by Rashad Muhammad Al-Alimi, with 7 members.