Deputy Chief of the General Staff and head of the National Redeployment Team, Major General Ali Hamoud Al-Mushki, has stressed the importance of the UN officially declaring that the Saudi-led invaders are the hindering party preventing the Stockholm Agreement from being carried out completely.
The statement came during his meeting on Monday with Head of the United Nations Mission to Support the Hodeida Agreement (UNMHA), General Abhijit Guha, and Head of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), Auke Lootsma, in the presence of Director of the Executive Center for Mine Action, Brigadier Ali Sofra and other members of the national redeployment team.
Major General Al-Mushki also called for clarifying the facts to the international community about the Saudi-led coalition’s prevention of the introduction of mine-detection devices, thus preventing the demining teams to carry out their duties.
He pointed to the presence of thousands of internationally-prohibited missiles and cluster bombs that the coalition dropped in various regions throughout the Republic of Yemen, and are now threatening the lives of the population and in particular thousands of civilians all over Yemeni farms, roads and grazing places.
With regard to the redeployment process, Major General Al-Mushki confirmed that the National Salvation Government is keen on preventing bloodshed, and has already implemented the first phase of the military redeployment deal concerning Hodeidah. However, the other party in the conflict still refuses to implement its obligations.
The general called on the United Nations to declare a position on the mobilisation of forces by the Saudis in Hodeidah and their bringing of terrorist elements to the western coast