Chairman of the Consultation and Reconciliation Commission meets the UN envoy

Riyadh – Saba
The Chairman of the Consultation and Reconciliation Commission, Muhammad Al-Ghaithi, and the Vice-President of the Commission, Abdul-Malik Al-Mikhlafi, met today in the Saudi capital, Riyadh, the envoy of the Secretary-General of the United Nations to Yemen, Hans Grundberg.

Al-Ghaithi stressed the need for the international community and the UN envoy to bear responsibility in front of the practices of the Houthi militia, whose recent attacks on the Dhabab road in Taiz prove clear intentions to reject and disrupt peace efforts, and to repudiate the obligations contained in the armistice, noting that obstructing humanitarian efforts confirms the nature, approach and ideology of the coup militias that lives on the blood of innocent civilians.

He stressed the importance of presenting a comprehensive framework for the political process, stressing that the framework is the real test of intentions towards peace, with the need for the framework to include all relevant national, regional and international commitments and agreements, and the importance of forming the negotiating delegation of the Presidential Leadership Council, adding that continuing to deal with files in a manner Fragmented will not lead to any real progress in the solution.

For his part, the UN envoy briefed the presidency of the Consultation and Reconciliation Commission on the nature of his efforts for peace at the local, regional and international levels, stressing that he is making double efforts to ensure that war does not return during the next stage.