Yemeni government in Sana’a clearly lays out necessary demands for peace

Yemeni government in Sana’a clearly lays out necessary demands for peace

The Yemeni Cabinet in Sana’a affirmed that the demands of the Yemeni people depend on paying employees’ salaries, opening Sana’a airport, lifting the siege on the ports of Hodeidah, and ending any foreign presence on Yemen’s territory.

It pointed out that Sana’a is fully aware of the dangers if the state of no war nor peace continues, while the US-Saudi aggression reorganizes its plans.

The cabinet listened to a clarification from the Deputy Prime Minister Jalal Al-Ruwaishan, on the developments regarding the negotiations presented by the Omani delegation, which is visiting Sana’a.

They affirmed that the leadership, the Supreme Political Council and Salvation Government are aware of the suffering of the people of Yemen due to the blockade, war and plundering of wealth.

It holds the US-Saudi aggression responsible for the results of its insistence on continuing its aggression, siege and occupation of Yemen’s land.

For its part, The Prime Minister of the National Salvation Government, Abdulaziz bin Habtoor, reiterated the importance of paying employees’ salaries from oil sales revenues. He said, in a statement to Almasirah, Wednesday, that “Our position is firm, that the oil revenues go to an account that will pay the salaries of employees in all of Yemen, according to the 2014 listings.”

He explained that the warning operation towards the port of Al-Dabba came as an affirmation of the seriousness of Yemen, and that it is not joking about the rights of its citizens, noting that the enemy is encouraged not to repeat its mistakes.

Bin Habtoor pointed out that the dialogue and communication between the President and a number of international bodies has not stopped, and since the end of the truce, we have met the UN envoy twice.

The Prime Minister stressed by saying: “If the aggression countries understand the message correctly, we will reach the point of peace, and if they don’t, the decision remains in our hands.”