Member of the Yemeni national negotiation delegation, Abdul-Malik al-Ajri, has denied allegations made by Saudi-backed government on the UN truce agreement, in which the Saudis said it requires passports issued by coalition-backed authorities for passengers on commercial flights through Sana’a International Airport.
“We are republishing the text of the armistice agreement, including the text on the opening of the airport for two flights in a week. All the strange conditions and terms put by Saudi-led aggression forces are irrelevant to the terms of the agreement,” al-Ajri said in a message on Twitter in which he attached a picture of the truce agreement.
نعيد نشر نص اتفاق الهدنة ومنها النص الخاص بفتح المطار لرحلتين اسبوعيتين وكل الشروط العجيبة الغريبة التي يضعها تحالف العدوان خارج ما نص عليه الاتفاق الهدف منها الالتفاف على الهدنة . pic.twitter.com/yBaW4OlvYo
— عبدالملك العجري (@alejri77) April 25, 2022
“The objective of the irrelevant terms set by the coalition is to circumvent the truce,” he added.
The Saudi-led puppet government justified its suspension of the planned first flight through Sana’a International Airport by claiming it had not obtained the passports issued by its authorities.