The “Coalition” is accompanying it by stopping its military operations to contribute to the “peace industry.”
While the Yemeni-Yemeni consultations, under the auspices of the Gulf, and with the participation of various Yemeni components, parties and personalities, and in the presence of the United Nations and international organizations, will be launched at the headquarters of the Secretariat of the Gulf Cooperation Council in Riyadh today, Brigadier-General Turki Al-Maliki, spokesman for the “Coalition to Support Legitimacy in Yemen”, announced the cessation of military operations inside Yemen. Starting at 6 am today (Wednesday), in response to the call of the Secretary-General of the Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf, Dr. Nayef Al-Hajraf, to stop military operations in conjunction with the launch of the Yemeni-Yemeni consultations, and with the aim of creating the appropriate conditions for the success of the consultations and creating a positive environment during the month of Ramadan for peacemaking in To whom.
Al-Maliki added that the cessation of operations comes in support of the efforts and endeavors to reach a comprehensive and sustainable political solution to end the Yemeni crisis, and achieve security and stability for Yemen in the context of international initiatives and efforts under the auspices of the Special Envoy of the Secretary-General of the United Nations for Yemen and the Saudi initiative.
It is expected that the opening session of the Yemeni-Yemeni consultations today will witness speeches by the UN, US and Swedish envoys to Yemen, as well as the secretaries-general of the League of Arab States, the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, and the Gulf Cooperation Council, before a discussion session begins with the American and Swedish envoys.
The activities of the first day will witness a session on the partnership between the Gulf Cooperation Council and Yemen, before concluding with a review of the arrangements for consultations.
Tomorrow will witness the start of Yemeni consultations on the main political, economic, military, social, relief and media axes, during simultaneous sessions starting at ten in the morning and ending at three thirty in the afternoon.
Yesterday, the Yemeni government renewed its welcome to all efforts to end the Houthi coup and bring peace. After his meeting in Riyadh with the UN envoy Hans Grundberg, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriate Affairs Ahmed Awad bin Mubarak said that the Yemeni government deals positively with “UN and regional calls, the latest of which was the Saudi initiative, which was clear in calling for a comprehensive ceasefire.”