Al-Houthi: Saudi-led coalition conditions before Sweden talks obstruct peace in Yemen
SANA’A – The chairman of the Supreme Revolutionary Committee, Mohammad Ali al-Houthi, has warned the United Nations on Saturday against the conditions put forward by the Saudi-backed exiled Hadi regime in an attempt to obstruct the UN peace talks in Sweden.
“I believe that the UN envoy is aware that the US-Saudi-UAE coalition and its allies put conditions to obstruct and make fail the UN peace talks,” Mohammad Ali al-Houthi said on his Twitter account on Saturday.
The Hadi regime’s so-called Foreign Minister said that “legitimacy” is adhered to the Security Council resolution 2216, and stressed that the Hadi regime “does not need any new decisions”, in reference to the British draft resolution submitted last week, that has been postponed at a request from Washington.
The UN Envoy announced in the first briefing to the Security Council, it is no longer possible to rely on the three references that stick out.
The invading coalition’s powers have worked to undermine the negotiations that were supposed to be held in Geneva in September, preventing the delegation of the National Salvation Government from attending.