Minister of Information Muamer al-Iryani stated that Yemeni government has made every possible concessions to demonstrate good faith in seeking for peace.
Speaking at press conference held Wednesday in Jordanian capital Amman, he said" Most recent concessions the Yemeni government made in Stockholm where an agreement reached stipulated withdrawal from Hodeidah, releasing abductees and detainees, but Houthi militia has proved no intention to come to peace, rejecting to implement agreements sponsored by International Community (IC)".
The Minister cited stories of kidnapping a number journalists and activists who were abducted, arbitrarily arrested and tortured by Houthi militiamen.
He also pointed out to the ongoing aggressive military operation the rebellious militia has been carrying out against the villagers in the districts of Hajur ." Houthi militia's current barbaric military campaign on the populations of Hajur districts amount to genocide, using heavy weapons including ballistic missiles", said al-Iryani.
For his part, Yemen's Ambassador to Jordan Ali al-Amrani described Houthi militia as" a radical militant group, bloodthirsty and warmonger , has nothing to do with politics, while Yemeni people and legitimate government have never sought to warfare , but they have to fight a war imposed by this criminal militia".
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