Top member of the Supreme Political Council, Mohammad Ali Al-Houthi, confirmed there is a plan is being prepared for peace in Yemen.
Al-Houthi said: “We have a real and ready peace plan, asking for peace-loving people to sign it.”
لدينا خطة سلام حقيقية وجاهزة
فأين المحبون للسلام
— محمد علي الحوثي (@Moh_Alhouthi) November 27, 2020
In September, al-Houthi revealed a comprehensive solution document being presented to the United Nations including equitable peace solutions for all Yemenis.
“The United Nations is looking for how to satisfy the coalition countries by adopting coalition’s plans, while it rejected any proposals presented by the government in Sana’a,” he added.
Al-Houthi’s announcement came after the US National Security Council accused the National Salvation Government of “rejecting calls for a ceasefire.”
Mohammed Abdelsalam, head of the national negotiating delegation, denied the US accusations, describing them as misleading.
“The establishment of peace depends on the cessation of the aggression and the lifting of the blockade,” he said.
“The US National Security Council should condemn President Trump for continuing to ship deadly weapons to Saudi Arabia to kill thousands of civilians in Yemen,” he added.