Sana'a: We hold the aggression responsible for the understandings reaching a dead end

1 October, 2022
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Sana'a: We hold the aggression responsible for the understandings reaching a dead end

The negotiating delegation of Sanaa said, on Saturday, that "his acceptance of the first and second extension of the armistice was in the hope that there would be the slightest sense of responsibility or understanding on the part of the aggression countries and their mercenaries."


"During the 6 months of the truce's life, we did not feel any seriousness to address the humanitarian file as an urgent and urgent priority, and since the start of the truce, despite the delay, we were keen not to miss any opportunity that could lead us towards peace," the delegation added in a statement.


The Sanaa negotiating delegation held the aggression countries "responsible for the understandings reaching a dead end as a result of their intransigence."


According to the statement, "the countries of aggression, after they have exhausted all their cards, have no choice but to target the livelihood of the Yemeni people, as it is the easiest way to bring the people to their knees."


And the delegation continued in its statement: "The bet of the aggression forces on the economic paper and the continuation of the siege has become a clear bet after all their other aggressive bets have gone bankrupt."


"The countries of aggression do not desire peace as much as they want to distance their territories from the repercussions of the war, direct targeting, and besiege it inside Yemen, transfer the war to the economic field, continue their siege, and impose unjust restrictions on the Yemeni people, to prevent access to their legal and humanitarian entitlements," the delegation pointed out. .


The Sanaa negotiating delegation affirmed that it "had no special agenda other than the interest of the Yemeni people and the human and legal rights of its citizens."


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