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Col. Al-Maliki: Houthi militia puts off implementing Sweden's Agreement
[07/01/2019 06:57]

RIYADH-SABA
Spokesperson of Arab Coalition Forces for supporting legal authority in Yemen Colonel Turki Al-Maliki said" Houthi militia has continued to procrastinate the implementation of Sweden Agreement, describing what the militia has done in Hodeidah as a charade".

In his weekly press briefing in Riyadh on Monday, Col. Al-Maliki added" Houthi militia went on in interpreting the Sweden Agreement in a way that is in conformity with its whims, and the terrorist militia's proclamation about handing over Hodeidah seaport to the coast guards has nothing to do with administering the Yemeni harbors".

Al-Maliki stated that Command of Coalition Joint Forces appreciate efforts has been made by General Patrick Pammaert, particularly in view of Houthi putschist militia's intransigence about the implementation of the Sweden Agreement.

He noted that Houthi militia has continued to breach the cease-fire truce since first moments it took its effects on December 28. " Houthis' breaches reached 368 and still continuing", said Al-Maliki.

Al-Maliki mentioned that there are official and security authorities existing in the Yemeni seaports including customs and security forces tasked with securing the facilities, they are affiliate to the Security Unit and Red Sea Corporation to administer Hodeidah seaport.



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