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Govt rejects unfulfillable Houthi stipulations for peace
[28/07/2020 06:36]

Yemen's new Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Abdullah Ali Fadhel al-Saadi, has affirmed the government's rejection of unfulfillable stipulations Houthi putschists lay in the road to peace.

Addressing a UN Security Council session today, al-Saadi, said while the theocratic militia are hindering peace and escalating hostilities on the ground, the government is still engaging with the UN peace mediator's efforts on the hope of expediting peace to extricate Yemenis from the protracted humanitarian crisis that the putschists have plunged Yemen in.

He said the government is still waiting for firm UN response to the Houthi violations: the looting of YR 35 billion Riyals - from Hodeidah Central Bank - that instead of financing the salaries of public employees as meant to be was used to finance the militia's war effort and the warlord's personal wealth; the denial of UN maintenance experts access to the dangerously decaying oil tanker Safer in the Red Sea to do repair works on it; and keeping the world in the dark about coronavirus cases in the militia's areas of control and rejecting the government's offer for cooperation on the epidemic which threatens Yemenis across frontlines.

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