Minister of Information Mu'amar al-Iryani has said President Abd-Rabbo Mansour Hadi is keen on accomplishing inclusive and just peace and ending the suffering of the Yemeni people over Houthi miltia's coup on the state.
President Hadi made consecutive calls to Houthi militia to return to the right, to make the interest of the homeland first and return to dialogue before triggering the Firmness Military Storm but the militia has been continuing to make their interests above all other interests and implement their sectarian agenda supported by Iran, said al-Iryani in a meeting with a number of Austrian TV officials on Saturday.
He pointed out that the government maintains its commitment of realizing peace on the three foundations; the GCC Initiative, the outcomes of the National Dialogue Conference and the UN Resolution 2216.
He valued the united international position on Yemeni issue, which is reflected by the UNSC's resolutions that all confirmed upending the coup and regaining the state institutions. He demanded more support from the international community to the government for normalizing order in liberated provinces.
He praised efforts of Austria for supporting the constitutional legality and efforts exerted by the government in providing humanitarian relief.
Minister al-Iryani extended an invitation to Austrian media to visit the liberated provinces and cover government's efforts in normalizing public life and regaining services, as well as challenges it faces in overcoming effects of Houthi coup.
For his part, the Spokesperson of the Saudi-led Coalition Colonel Turki al-Maliki talked about the will of the coalition and the legality in Yemen in ending the war and entering serious peace talks in accordance with the three references.
"But the militia everyday proves to all its unwilling of stopping the war," said al-Maliki, explaining that firing Iran- made- ballistic rockets on Saudi capital Riyadh and other cities during the visit of the new UN envoy to Yemen to Sana'a is enough proof that the militia will not abandon its agenda only by dismantling its military capabilities and transferring them into a political party.
He confirmed that the task of the coalition will end by regaining the state institutions and realizing security and stability of Yemen.
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