Today, in the Jordanian capital, Amman, in light of the stubbornness of the Houthis, the UN Security Council called for a ceasefire in Yemen. Under the auspices of Ambassador Hans Grundberg, a second round of consultations will begin between the government committee and the Houthi militant group to open roads and gods. They refused to open the main roads in Taiz.
Sources well aware of the course of the consultations in Jordan, the Government Committee, the UN. During the meeting with the ambassador, it was announced that it would reject the Houthis’ attempt to avoid proposals to address the files of roads and intersections. In the northwest of the city of Taiz for military purposes.
The government panel negotiating to open the roads said in a statement that the unilateral action of the militants to open the unknown dirt road was a clear attempt to thwart UN efforts and avoid ongoing consultations.
Such methods, which the group used to impose its one-sided view, completely violate the essence of the ongoing negotiation process and undermine international efforts to resolve this humanitarian file, and clearly expose the motives for avoiding the obligations they have imposed. Turn a ceasefire, and suggestions from its humanitarian side into a military file.
The UN has called on the panel to expedite its legal, moral and humanitarian responsibilities in dealing with these defamatory games, to end these mockery and to respect the ongoing UN-sponsored debates. The Government Committee summoned Ambassador Hans Grundberg. .
He condemned the brutal siege imposed by the militants on the Thai government for seven years and called on the international community and the world community to put strong pressure on these militants to stop dealing with humanitarian issues, respecting agreements and understandings. In this shameful way, and as a human right guaranteed by all international and humanitarian laws and regulations, the UN must open the main roads that facilitate the movement of civilians and goods. The terms of the ceasefire must be complied with expeditiously.
The militants advertised through their media that they had been opening roads and intersections in Thais for eight years, while local sources in the city of Thais revealed that the Houthis’ goal was to build a dirt road in the northwest. The air defense camp at the city’s airport is about to be reached.
Sources pointed out that these military bases have not been reached by militants for the past several years and that they are trying to use the ceasefire and Jordan’s advice to open roads to those military bases.
Military and media observers and activists in Taiz believe the 12km new road has nothing to do with easing the besieged city and that militants are trying to reach a military target. Tabab and the ruling heights, in the past the militants could not build any road.
The new road runs from Sixtieth Street, through 50th Street, through the villages adjacent to the air defense camp at the old airport, through Al-Barara and areas on 24th Street, to Al-Arbain Street, north of Taiz. Al-Sankal Market, from there to the city center.
Meanwhile, hundreds of residents of the city of Thais continued to raise awareness for the second week in a row, ahead of contact lines, condemning the siege of the city by Houthi militants and their refusal to open major roads.
Protesters deliberately rejected moves by Houthi militants to build a secondary road from 50th Street to 60th Street and winding towards the city of al-Noor west of Dais.
In violation of the ceasefire, militants dropped bombs on residential areas in al-Hassab, north of the city of Taiz, along with artillery and snipers, from their positions on Mount al-Ghari, which did not see the new road.
In Marif, government forces thwarted attempts by Houthi factions to infiltrate their positions in the Ramli and al-Jabali axes, and were able to inflict heavy casualties on them, according to field sources, who forcibly displaced several militants. Villagers in the Rakhwan district, northwest of Marip.
In Amran, north of the capital Sanaa, Houthi-Houthi clashes have erupted violently in the past few hours, in the wake of tax divisions and the distribution of plundered land between Houthi leaders Sada, Hajja and Amran. For donations.
Local sources indicate that 20 Houthis were killed in the clashes, most of them tribesmen affiliated with al-Jawf and Amran governorates.
In Aden, the Presidential Leadership Council continued to make arrangements to promote broader national consensus through repeated meetings with the Chairman of the Advisory and Reconciliation Commission, Mohammed al-Qaidi, and his representatives, Abdul-Malik al-Miklafi, Zakr al-Wajih, and Jamila. Ali Raja and Akram al-Amiri.
A meeting between the council’s leadership and the chairman of the Consultative and Reconciliation Commission in Aden today, Sunday, was held to ensure the working mechanism of the council’s support system, the official Sabah news agency reported. Enforce its legal mandate and promote broad national consensus in response to the aspirations of the Yemeni people and restore government institutions and achieve peace and stability in the country.
Rashad al-Alimi, chairman of the Leadership Council, stressed the importance of concerted efforts, including the integration of the views and goals of various national forces and elements and the integration of Yemen into its Arab archive, at the current exceptional stage.
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