The Yemeni government said, “Opening roads, ensuring freedom of movement for citizens and lifting the siege on cities, especially the great city of Taiz, is at the heart of humanitarian issues, and it is one of the basic issues that the government puts at the forefront of its priorities.”
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriate Affairs confirmed, in a statement published by Saba Agency, that the Houthi militia refuses to open Sanaa airport except on its own terms, and that the Yemeni government has made sufficient and guaranteeing concessions for the safe travel of all citizens, not to turn this airport into a special port to provide security and military services and to bring in experts.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs renewed the government’s position on the The issue of opening the airport as a positive and stable position that serves the citizens and prevents its use as a military platform to kill the Yemeni people.
With regard to the port of Hodeidah, the government said that it did not close the port of Hodeidah, but suspended the agreed mechanism after the Houthi looting of all the revenues, noting that it demands that these revenues be secured and that they reach civil servants at a fair price for citizens.
According to the statement, the government valued all the efforts made by the UN and US envoys, as well as the sincere efforts of the brothers in the Sultanate of Oman, stressing that it salutes all international efforts working to bring about a just and sustainable peace for the Yemeni people.
The government considered the Houthi coup militia’s continued targeting of civilians in the city of Ma’rib with ballistic missiles and booby-trapped drones, as a great disregard for the efforts being made to stop the war and bring peace to Yemen.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriate Affairs said, “The Yemeni government affirms that true peace does not come with desires and aspirations, but rather with responsible attitudes.”
And while the government reaffirms its declared supportive stance for the Saudi initiative, and considers it an indivisible whole, and that the ceasefire and stop targeting civilians, men, women, displaced people and children, the last of whom was the girl Lian, whose charred image hurt all living consciences in the whole world, and stop firing missiles And the drone strikes on civilian facilities, mosques, and women’s prisons, as happened today in the city of Marib, which is exposed to the most heinous humanitarian crimes against civilians, which unfortunately come at a time when the whole world is making great efforts to end the war and with the presence of the estimated Omani mediation in Sana’a, which represents a recklessness Great efforts are made to stop the war and end the brutal attack on the city of Marib and the rest of the governorates of the Republic. The ceasefire is a humanitarian affair and demand, given that respecting the right to life for all people is the basis and essence of humanitarian work.