During the meeting, President Al-Mashat welcomed the Omani and Saudi delegations, expressing the gratitude of the Yemeni people for the efforts undertaken by the Sultanate of Oman, and its positive role in bringing points of view closer and its efforts aimed at achieving the honorable peace that all the Yemeni people aspire to.
President Al-Mashat affirmed the firm stance towards a just and honorable peace that the Yemeni people seek.
For his part, the head of the Saudi delegation blessed the Sultanate of Oman for their important role and great efforts in the framework of bringing peace to Yemen and their keenness to support peace and stability in Yemen.
The meeting was attended by the head of the National Delegation, Mohammed Abdulsalam, the deputy head of the National Delegation, Jalal Al-Ruwaishan, the head of the Security and Intelligence Service, Major General Abdulhakim Al-Khaiwani, the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Hussein Al-Ezzi, the member of the national delegation, Abdulmalik Al-Ejri, and the head of the Military and Security Committee, Major General Abdullah Al-Rezami.
On Saturday, the head of National Delegation, Mohammed Abdulsalam, affirmed that the demands of the people of Yemen are to stop US-Saudi aggression, lift blockade completely, and pay the salaries of all state employees from the revenues of oil and gas in.
"We affirm our firm position on our just cause, as emphasized by Sayyed Abdulmalik in more than one speech and stance," he said.
He added that the arrival of Omani delegation in Sana'a, is a continuation of efforts within the framework to achieve peace.
He explained the delegation's just demand must be accepted, including the exit of foreign forces from Yemen, compensation and reconstruction.
The head of the Yemeni delegation also emphasized the importance of completing prisoners' exchange, and that there are promises that the exchange will take place in the month of Ramadan.
Recently, the head of the National Delegation, Mohammad Abdulsalam, affirmed that efforts are being pursued through negotiations to end the US-Saudi aggression and lift the siege, hoping that this will be achieved and that the damage will be fixed.
Abdulsalam explained in a tweet on his Twitter account, Friday: "God willing, the efforts will be crowned with a peace agreement that meets the demands of our dear Yemeni People from Sa’adah to Al-Mahrah."
Saudi Arabia, backed by the US and its other regional allies, launched a devastating war on Yemen in March 2015. The eight years of war has killed hundreds of thousands of people and destroyed much of the country’s infrastructure. People of Yemen are facing malnutrition, hunger, and famine, which have increased risks of disease and starvation.
The warring sides agreed on a UN-mediated ceasefire last April but it broke down after six months. Nevertheless, tensions have eased and casualties have decreased as some elements of the truce still remain in place.
Days ago, Mohammad Abdulsalam, said that a year has passed since the UN-sponsored truce was announced, there has been sufficient time to show that US-Saudi aggression is not serious about peace.
"Instead of peace, unfortunately, US-Saudi aggression kept on war and blockade. It refused to pay salaries, and take other necessary steps to bring peace," he said.
It should be noted that Sana'a affirms that lifting the ban on Sana'a airport, allowing the flow of food and commercial goods to the port of Hodeidah without any obstacles, with dispersing salaries of all employees from the country's revenues, is a priority to break the status quo.
In the same regard, the leader of Ansarullah, Sayyed Abdulmalik also said, "The US seeks to obstruct the Omani efforts by keeping the coalition of aggression away from any possible agreement or understanding, and this is totally unacceptable," adding that "the humanitarian file is a top priority in the negotiations."
He pointed out that "the US coalition cannot evade any obligations or agreements because it is the side aggressing Yemen."#Yemen #US-Saudi Aggression #President Mahdi Al-Mashat 23-04-10
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