Yemeni negotiators meet with UN delegation regarding Hodeidah ceasefire

Yemeni negotiators meet with UN delegation regarding Hodeidah ceasefire

The national team in the Redeployment Committee met, Monday, the head and members of the UN Mission to Support the Hodeidah Agreement.

The head of National Team, Ali Hammoud Al-Mushki, expressed his astonishment at the silence of the “UNMHA” mission regarding the escalation of the US-Saudi aggression in Hays.

He referred to the frequent advances of the mercenaries of the aggression and the raids of armed combat aircraft, which strikes civilian targets.

General Al-Mushki stressed the importance of the UN mission fulfilling its obligations regarding the Sweden Agreement and working to stop the piracy of the US-Saudi aggression on the ships of fuel.

“The UNMHA mission is supposed to put more pressure on the UN Development Program to provide equipment and supplies for field work for the teams of the Executive Center to deal with mines,” member of national team in Redeployment Committee, Mohammed Al-Qadri, said.

“The continued daily fall of civilian casualties, children and women, due to remnants of the US-Saudi aggression bomb explosions, requires the UN not to delay in the delivery of equipment to clear areas contaminated with remnants of war,” he added.

The head of the UN Mission to Support the Hodeidah Agreement, Michael Perry, confirmed that he is continuing his discussions with international partners to find the necessary funds to cover the severe shortage in the Executive Center for Mine Action.

He valued the positive interaction of the Sana’a government representative team for the redeployment and the facilities provided to the mission in order to move forward in establishing peace.

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