Mohammed al-Houthi denounces UN Envoy to Yemen for his “bargains” with Saudi-led invaders

Mohammed al-Houthi denounces UN Envoy to Yemen for his “bargains” with Saudi-led invaders

Top member in the Supreme Political Council, Mohammed Ali al-Houthi, had commented on remarks made by UN envoy to Yemen Martin Griffiths, in which he accused Ansarullah of “wanting a ceasefire only after agreements have been reached on the port of Hodeidah.”

Mohammed Ali al-Houthi wrote that “Martin Griffiths has left any serious and realistic solutions that do not accept [the Saudi] crimes and violations of [international] law and international norms, for the sake of bargaining with them [the Saudi-led invaders]. He now presents [these bargains] as magic solutions that could erase the stink of these violations.”

Griffiths accused Ansarullah at a UN Security Council session of rejecting a nationwide ceasefire and wanting to start peace negotiations “only after agreements have been reached on the use of Hodeidah port and Sana’a airport.”

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