Mohammed Abdulsalam: Saudi Arabia has not kept to UN truce during first ceasefire month

Mohammed Abdulsalam: Saudi Arabia has not kept to UN truce during first ceasefire month

The head of the national negotiating delegation, Mohammed Abdulsalam, said on Monday that the first month of the UN-declared humanitarian truce has ended.

He affirmed on Twitter that “the Saudi-led coalition countries did not commit to implementing the truce’s terms, which would allow commercial flights from Sana’a International Airport.

Abdulsalam indicated that the coalition countries “have continued to obstruct the ships’ arrival at the port of Hodeidah,” adding that the coalition’s spy planes launched two raids on Monday morning on Sirwah district in Ma’rib.

Earlier, Abdulsalam said that he fully held the coalition countries responsible for their intransigence, disavowal and evasiveness, calling on the United Nations to carry out its duty in accordance with the agreement.