Omani delegation leaves Sana’a

Omani delegation leaves Sana’a

The Omani Sultanate Office delegation left Sana’a international airport accompanied by the Yemeni delegation after a several day visit in the capital Sana’a on Friday.

During the delegation’s visit, they held meetings that included Sayyed Abdul-Malik al-Houthi, the head of the Supreme Political Council, the General Staff, the Coordination and Redeployment Committee in Hodeidah, and several social and political figures from Marib.

The head of the negotiating delegation, Mohammed Abdulsalam, said that “ we discussed with the Omani delegation about a possible vision for ending the aggression and lifting the siege imposed on Yemen, starting with the humanitarian operation.”

Abdulsalam told Al Masirah TV that the various meetings discussed the different situations in Yemen, adding that the Yemeni vision focused on the humanitarian process and the subsequent steps that lead to security and stability in Yemen and neighboring countries.

Abdulsalam added: “Today we return to the Sultanate of Oman to complete these discussions and support the international efforts that help reach to a solution.”