New agreement between Sana’a and Saudi-backed forces in Ma’rib reopens key road after years of shutdown

New agreement between Sana’a and Saudi-backed forces in Ma’rib reopens key road after years of shutdown

Deputy Foreign Minister of the Sana’a government, Hussein Al-Ezzi, revealed on Wednesday a historic agreement between Sana’a and the Islah Party-affiliated authorities in Ma’rib province.

“With a brotherly agreement between Sana’a and Islah in beloved Ma’rib, the Sana’a initiative regarding the road was adopted,” Al-Ezzi said in his account on the X social media platform.

This comes days after the recent initiative presented by Sana’a by the Governor of Ma’rib, Ali Muhammad Toaiman, last Friday to open the Bayda – Al-Jawba – Ma’rib city road.

It is worth mentioning that Muhammad Ali Al-Houthi, a member of the Supreme Political Council in Sanaa, announced on February 22 a unilateral initiative to open the Sana’a-Sarwah-Ma’rib road.

On the other hand, Al-Ezzi stressed that “Sana’a will not hesitate to support the idea of supplying Aden’s electricity with its needs from Marib’s oil.”

He added that “Sana’a will continue to support every effort that shares its affiliation to the country’s soil, and has enough creative spirit to heal the rift and strengthen the Yemeni front in the face of external danger.”