Yemen’s president, Abd Rabbo Mansour Hadi met with UN and US envoys to discuss the Saudi peace initiative, as proposed by the Kingdom.
In order to end the six-year war, keeping the initiative at the forefront, he discussed the developments in the country.
The new peace plan with open Sanaa airport, allowing fuel and other commodities into Yemen through Hodeidah. It wil also resume political process.
The president told UN envoy Marin Griffiths that the Houthi militia’s continued escalation in Marib and other provinces confirmed the Iran-backed group’s lack of intention to commit to peaceful options to end the war.
In addition, Hadi called the international community to financially support the government to be able to carry out its duties and humanitarian tasks, and complete the steps to implement the Saudi peace agreement.
Meeting the US envoy Tim Lenderking on Sunday, Hadi said, “Unfortunately, the Houthi militia, with Iran’s backing, have not complied with the peace endeavors, the most recent of which was the Stockholm Agreement.”