Negotiations on troop redeployment in Hudaydah

UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (VOP TODAY NEWS) — In the presence of the UN envoy, representatives of Ansarallah and those of the Yemeni resigning government will discuss for two days the redeployment of troops to Hudaydah.

It was aboard a ship off international waters that this meeting took place. It is for the first time in five months that they meet. The meeting, which began yesterday (14 July), was chaired by UN envoy Micheal Lollesgaard and attended by representatives of the Ansarallah movement and the Yemeni resigning government.

Sunday’s meeting was the second face-to-face meeting between the parties’ representatives in Hudaydah in the space of two months. The parties will discuss the second phase of an agreement reached last December in Stockholm, which is seen as the first step towards a political solution to end the conflict, said Ali Qeshr, vice governor of the province.

In a bilateral meeting with the UN envoy before boarding the boat, representatives of the Yemeni resigning government accused Ansarallah of his unilateral actions, calling for an expedited review of the movement’s actions, said the door. -parol of operations to liberate the Yemeni west coast.

At the head of the representative team, the Yemeni resigning government, Saghir ben Aziz, told Lollesgaard that this was the last opportunity for the implementation of the agreement reached in Stockholm.

Challenging the process of evacuation of Ansarallah troops from Hudaydah, al-Salif, Ars Issa ports, and their non-participation in the redeployment of troops to Hudaydah and mine clearance operations, to which are added disagreements On the nature of the forces supposed to ensure the security of the aforementioned ports, representatives of the resigned government of Abd Rabbo Mansour Hadi had refused to participate in the summit.


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