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Parliament Reaffirms Its Support for Supreme Political Council to Reach Honorable Peace

The Parliament renewed its support for the efforts of the revolutionary leadership and the Supreme Political Council for the honorable peace of the Yemeni people.


During its meeting, Monday, it appreciated the leadership’s keenness to give priority to humanitarian issues, foremost of which is completing the liberation of the rest of the prisoners, ending the blockade, and fully opening Yemen’s airports and ports for travelers, patients, and students abroad.

It held the US-Saudi aggression, its tools, the Secretary-General of the United Nations and the representative of the United Nations responsible for the delay of the end of the aggression against Yemen.

Earlier, the head of the Military Intelligence and Reconnaissance General Abdullah Al-Hakim affirmed the keenness of the supreme revolutionary, political and military leadership to achieve a just peace that preserves Yemen’s unity, independence and dignity.

“As much as we are ready for peace, we are also ready for the worst possibilities,” Al-Hakim said during his meeting with the UN Special Envoy’s Military Adviser Brigadier General Antony Hayward on Sunday.

He explained that the Saudi-backed party is obstructing the process of establishing peace, indicating that its hidden arrangements in the political and diplomatic fields, siege, starvation, and others are clear.

General Al-Hakim stressed the importance of obliging the Saudi-backed party to remove the chaos it created in the coastal region, Aden and the south in general.

He also reaffirmed the need for the aggression to enhance confidence in the ceasefire, open roads, resolve other humanitarian issues, and release all prisoners.

For his part, the UN Special Envoy’s Military Adviser referred to work to achieve peace and to seek a solution and a cease-fire, stressing the continuation of work until reaching the right path to solve the problems related to the success of the peace process.

Hayward praised the progress made in reaching the release of the prisoners, pointing out that there are upcoming meetings to release the rest.

Recently, deputy chief of general staff of the Armed Forces, Ali Al-Mushki, affirmed that Sana’a is serious about peace, which is not available to the other party, represented by American obstruction and Saudi lack of seriousness.

He stressed that the Armed Forces are ready to proceed with consolidating peace on the ground and ready to return to fighting.

He noted that talking about a cease-fire before implementing the provisions of the humanitarian issue is premature, while welcoming the efforts of the UN in this regard.

The West stands to obstruct any serious solutions to Yemen. With the recent Saudi negotiation with Sana’a, Washington is working to thwart any Saudi turn towards a solution, even partially, it is seeking to impose its dictates on Riyadh before any understandings, so that the political track does not deviate from the US track

President Mahdi Al-Mashat has warned that the US and UK are seeking to push for escalation, stressing that the whole world would be affected if the US-Saudi aggression backed against Yemen.

He stressed that the US and UK are the ones who put obstacles in the way of all attempts to bring peace to Yemen.

He pointed out that whenever there is any understanding between Yemen and Saudi Arabia, the US rushes to send its envoy to the region, and all efforts fail.

“The US role in the aggression and siege on Yemen and the thwarting of peace efforts confirms that it is behind all its suffering, and that it always seeks to continue the war, fighting any efforts for peace,” president Al-Mashat said.

“We are ready for peace or war, and the US-Saudi aggression chooses the path it wants, as we are in the position of legitimate defense of our country, our freedom and our independence,” he said.

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