Source: No signing of an agreement between the government and the transitional today and Saudi efforts to bring the views closer

Source: No signing of an agreement between the government and the transitional today and Saudi efforts to bring the views closer


An informed source told "Al-Masdar Online" that the Saudi government is making intensive efforts to bring the views between the legitimate government and the Southern Transitional Council, in order to reach a compatible formula for the Jeddah agreement, and to resolve the problems related to the security and military aspect in Aden and neighboring areas.

The Yemeni government and the Transitional Council (STC) delegations arrived on Tuesday and Wednesday in the Saudi capital Riyadh, and media reported that the Jeddah accord was expected to be signed on Thursday.

The source added that the discussion and communication continue, Thursday, between the Yemeni parties and Saudi authorities, in active efforts to resolve the remaining problems related to the items and observations made by the parties and is still the subject of controversy and ongoing discussion.

The source confirmed that Saudi Deputy Defense Minister Khalid bin Salman is leading the kingdom's efforts to bring the views closer in a new round of indirect dialogue, taking place today in the Saudi capital Riyadh.

According to the source, efforts are continuing to reach a greedy version of the agreement, pointing out that there is no official signature or announcement in this regard on Thursday.

The Yemeni government denied yesterday, setting a date for the signing of the agreement with the southern transitional, and its spokesman Rajeh Badi, said that the provisions of the draft Jeddah "leaks suspicious and untrue, stressing the government's adherence to national principles and ending the rebellion against state institutions."


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