The meeting discussed the issue of de-escalation with the US-Saudi aggression and the lack of response amid the Omani Mediation. Prime Minister Abdulaziz bin Habtoor stated that the need for the US-Saudi aggression to implement its commitments regarding the main issues that were agreed upon during previous meetings was emphasized, including opening airports and ports and paying the salaries of state employees.
He stressed that the leadership's position was clear regarding the issues that threaten the period of de-escalation and that the patience of the Yemeni people will not continue indefinitely.
For his part, president Mahdi Al-Mashat affirmed Sunday that the US-Saudi aggression can not evade the just humanitarian entitlements of the Yemeni people forever, warning that the continuation of prevarication will bring him undesired results.
During his meeting with the delegation of the Omani mediator at the Presidency House before leaving Sana'a, President Al-Mashat said: "We are with a just peace that gives the rights of the Yemeni People, and we have proven this during the last period."
He said that it is no longer acceptable not to respond to the US-Saudi aggression, siege and starvation. "It is not acceptable also to negotiate the humanitarian entitlements represented in the payment of salaries, the opening of Sana'a airport and the removal of restrictions on the ports of Hodeidah,” he emphasized.
President Al-Mashat stressed that the countries of aggression must prove their seriousness in peace by submitting practical steps in implementing the demands of the Yemeni People represented by solving the humanitarian issue.#Yemen #Siege #US-Saudi Aggression 23-08-27
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