Minister of Information Muamer al-Iryani blamed Iran-allied Houthi militia for trying to get around the implementation of Stockholm Agreement. He said " Houthi militia killed the hope that Stockholm Agreement produced for the Yemeni peoples who are desperately looking forward to see an end of the war the militia triggered".
As he met on Friday with the Labor Party member of parliament Gorham Jones, al-Iryani explained the government's vision of peace and its reaction to the Houthi militia's unilateral withdrawal from Hodeidah seaports.
He described Houthi's self-claim of unilateral withdrawal as an attempt aimed to mislead the International Community.
The Minister touched upon Houthi militia's violations and military escalations ever since Stockholm Agreement's truce put into its effects.
He also cited the government's efforts to mitigate humanitarian crisis, reinstate basic services and manage economic hardships created by Iran-allied Houthi militia's coup and war.
The British MP voiced his support for official leadership in Yemen headed by President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi.