Amman – Saba
The head of the Yemeni government's military team, Major General Samir Al-Sabri, affirmed the government's continued position in dealing with the truce in a positive manner.
This came during the team's meeting today with specialists in the office of the UN envoy after his arrival in the Jordanian capital, Amman, to participate in the meeting called for by the office of the UN envoy. Major General Al-Sabri referred to the Houthi military actions that threaten the truce and that this meeting is supposed to put an end to such hostilities.
The meeting of the Military Committee aims to discuss the consolidation of the truce, especially from the military point of view, after witnessing many violations by the Houthi militia, whether in terms of shooting, ground marches or missiles fired on residential neighborhoods and cities, and mobilization of fighters to the fighting fronts, which threatens the truce. The meeting, which was set by the envoy’s office on August 3, comes in light of the continued hostilities of the Houthi militia on all fronts and the continued military mobilization, which reflects the intention of the Houthi militia to sabotage the truce, which coincides with statements by Houthi leaders about ending the truce in light of the apparent Houthi rejection to open the roads of the besieged city of Taiz as per the stipulations of the truce agreement.
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