“The negotiations were mainly with the countries involved in aggression, and they are the ones who bear the responsibility for their failure,” Alejri said. “They are the ones who control and tamper with Yemen’s oil wealth, obstruct the payment of salaries, seize ships and take them to its ports, and close the Yemeni airspace.”
He added that the Council of Saudi-Emirati tools owns nothing, and they cannot hold meetings without the presence of their guardian.
Alejri stressed that the Negotiating Delegation demanded equality between Yemeni employees in all governorates of Yemen, civilian and military.
"In what law and by what right do you want us to agree to deprive the policeman, traffic man, and security man in the non-occupied governorates of their right to a salary? Do they not have families and children?!," he wondered.
He explained that the National Delegation also demanded a mechanism to ensure the disbursement of salaries, and not to refer them to committees.
Alejri added that when Sana’a asked the United Nations to operate the Cairo flight, they were saying, “We sent a message, but they did not respond to us.”
He sarcastically said: "How will you open new destinations and the limits of your ability is a message that no one can answer."
Yemen's National Delegation on Saturday made it clear that since the start of the truce, despite the delay, the National team was keen not to miss any opportunity that could lead to peace.
It stated that the National Team was dealing with restraint towards the US-Saudi violations to give more time to international deliberations and efforts.
It stressed that Sana'a did not have any special agenda other than Yemen's interest, human and legal rights.
It pointed out that the National Party accepted the first and second extension in hope of any sense of responsibility or understanding on the part of the US-Saudi Aggression and its mercenaries.
"During the six months of the truce, there was not any seriousness to address the humanitarian issue as an urgent priority," it added. "The US-Saudi aggression bet on the economic card, the continuation of the siege is clear after all their other aggressive plans have failed."
The National Delegation held the US-Saudi aggression responsible for reaching a dead end as a result of their intransigence and their disavowal of measures that alleviate the suffering of the Yemeni people.
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