Parliament speaker & parliamentary blocs meet UN envoy
The Parliament speaker, together with members of the Presidency and the heads of parliamentary blocs, on Wednesday, met the UN envoy to Yemen, Martin Griffiths.
During the meeting, they discussed the latest developments related to the convening of the parliament in the city of Sayoun, as a constitutional institution that strengthens the institutions of the Yemeni state, and reached the decisions of the people’s deputies in their decisions and recommendations.
The parliament’s keenness on a peaceful political solution according to the three directives and ending the suffering of the Yemeni people, according to Saba news agency, Al-Barkani stressed.
the United Nations and its envoy to compel the Houthi militias coup to implement international resolutions and the implementation of Sweden’s agreement on Hodeida, he stressed.
The heads of parliamentary blocs stressed the keenness of the legitimacy and its institutions on the peaceful solution, which was impeded by the rebel militia, pointing out that the acceptance of the agreement of Sweden and the making of concessions came in a desire to bring peace and save the residents of the city of Hodeida from the violations and crimes of Houthi.
They pointed to the escalation of Houthi violations since the signing of the Stockholm agreement.
For his part, the international envoy expressed his keenness to continue communication with the parliament and its leadership in a way that serves to reach a political solution based on the three references represented by the Gulf initiative and its executive mandate and Security Council resolutions, foremost of which is resolution 2216.
The meeting was attended by Deputy UN envoy Moin Shreim.