Griffith meets Al-Houthi and the latter confirms his group's commitment to the Sweden agreement

Griffith meets Al-Houthi and the latter confirms his group's commitment to the Sweden agreement


The UN envoy to Yemen, Martin Griffiths, met with al-Houthi leader Abdul Malik al-Houthi on Monday amid his visit to the capital, Sanaa, which arrived on Wednesday morning.

"We are committed to the Stockholm agreement, criticizing the other party for its intransigence and escaping the implementation of the Agreement and putting obstacles in the way of its implementation in advance of a number of points that prove it," according to a press release from the group's spokesperson Mohamed Abdel Salam.

"Abdulmalik  pointed out that the prisoners ' file faces difficulties and obstacles that demonstrate the lack of seriousness that has become clear by the other side, and we are ready to hand over the sick Saudi prisoner who ignored the Saudi regime's critical health situation."

The UN envoy said he would move on his part in the coming days with serious steps regarding the implementation of the Stockholm Agreement on the Hodeidah, the exchange of prisoners and the work to reach an agreement on the economic side, Abdul salam said.


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