Yemeni Source: Saudi Impeding Progress in Peace Talks
“The continuation of attacks and military siege of Yemen indicates the enemies’ insistence on pushing the peace talks and consultations into failure,” the Arabic-language media outlets quoted the source as saying on Monday.
He reiterated that the meeting which was slated to be held on Monday was cancelled due to the problems created by the Saudi delegation.
In a relevant development earlier in May, a Yemeni politician underlined that Saudi Arabia and its allies have prevented attainment of any progress in the ongoing peace talks in Kuwait.
“The non-stop violations of the ceasefire by Saudi Arabia and the problems created by the Saudi delegation in the ongoing peace talks in Kuwait City have resulted in the lack of success for the negotiations,” Abdel Mansour al-Karami told FNA.
He noted that the agreements reached in the previous round of the peace talks in Switzerland topped the Kuwait meeting, but have not been dealt with so far.
“The Yemeni peace talks in Kuwait have not achieved any progress despite being underway in Kuwait for 10 days now,” he added.
The continuation of Saudi air strikes on Yemen confirms that Riyadh has not stopped the hostilities and would go on its moves to make advances in several areas across the Yemeni territories.
Since March 26, 2015, Yemen has been under brutal aggression by Saudi-led coalition. Thousands have been martyred and injured in the attack, with the vast majority of them are civilians.
Riyadh launched the attack on Yemen in a bid to restore power to fugitive president Abd Rabbu Mansour Hadi who is a close ally to Saudi Arabia.