Attacked Griffith and described him with "English emissary." Al-Houthi spokesman: Sweden agreement does not include the surrender of al-Hodeidah to Neutral side

Attacked Griffith and described him with "English emissary." Al-Houthi spokesman: Sweden agreement does not include the surrender of al-Hodeidah to Neutral side



The Houthis spokesman Mohammed Abdulsalam said on Monday that The Stockholm accord between the Yemeni Parties (6-13 December) did not in any way indicate that neutral authorities should take over the port of Hodeidah and not others,

This was in response to the British Foreign Secretary, who toured Amman, Saudi Arabia and Yemen, to push for the implementation of the Agreement, which explicitly called for Houthis to withdraw from Hodeidah and seaports.

"The agreement talked about steps by all parties and the calls for the redeployment of one party without the other is not only biased, but a lie, a deception and a fallacy of a declared agreement," Abdul Salam said in his blog post on the Facebook .

He explained that the Yemeni government request to determine the local forces, "although this is contrary to the agreement which did not state on the approval of any local authority or forces."

He noted that his group had accepted a United Nations oversight role in the port of Hodeidah only.

"It is to end the pretexts and justifications of the other party and those who stand behind them, not on the basis of their extradition to the aggressor, this is not a dialogue or debate in the human, universal and political tradition, if it was to be handed over to the other side then there is no necessary for the United Nations to exist," he said.

Abdul Salam for the first time attacked UN envoy to Yemen Martin Griffiths, saying, "It seems to us he is not a United Nations envoy, but an English envoy representing Britain, especially after the British Foreign Office clearly explained its objectives and stance, which is in line with the obstruction of the agreement."

He said Britain is running the process of obstructing the agreement through its envoy to Yemen under the cover of the United Nations.

"Those who violate the Stockholm agreement are clearly and explicitly the countries of aggression, of which Britain is one of the main pillars," he said.

"The problem is not in the heads of the Coordination and redeployment committees, but in receiving directives from the states of aggression," he added.

He reiterated that his group "confirmed its readiness to carry out the first steps of the redeployment, being purely humanitarian, helping to operate the port, entering aid, removing congestion and creating progress in the agreement, and therefore we do not mind to go to discuss any detail or explanation of the agreement if necessary."


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