Yesterday, the Yemeni government refuted, through an official source, the fallacies reported by the Houthi coup militia regarding the armistice and its provisions.
Regarding the opening of roads, the source said that the militia showed a state of incomprehensible intransigence and chose to open roads, whether for military purposes, and bumpy roads that were not qualified for the passage of commercial trucks and public and private transportation. On the port of Hodeidah, the source said that in December 2019 the United Nations sponsored an agreement between the government and the Houthi militia that guarantees facilitation of the entry of oil derivatives from the ports of Hodeidah according to a clear mechanism that maintains the smooth entry of oil derivatives and imposes standards that limit the black market trade and smuggling of Iranian oil, which It provides funding to the Houthi militia, explaining that the militia has violated this agreement.
Regarding Sanaa airport, the source said that, in implementation of the terms of the armistice, the government agreed to open Sanaa airport to two direct destinations, Amman and Cairo.
The source also accused the Houthi militia of trading in the file of detainees and abductees.