SANAA, Foreign Minister Hisham Sharaf met Sunday with United Nations Resident Coordinator Lise Grande.
In the meeting, the Foreign Minister referred to the decision of the political leadership in Sana'a to start redeploying from the ports of Hodeidah, Ras Issa and Salif.
He affirmed the seriousness of the leadership in Sanaa in pursuing the peace process and starting the implementation of the Stockholm Agreement.
He explained that it is hoped that this will contribute to facilitating the arrival of ships loaded with foodstuffs, oil derivatives, medicines and aid to the ports of the province of Hodeidah without any obstruction or delay.
He stressed the need to neutralize the economic file associated with the lives of millions of Yemeni people and not use it as a pressure or a means to mix the cards by the other party for political gains or objectives, including stopping the issuance of unilateral decisions by the Central Bank branch in Aden and reviewing previous disastrous decisions that caused a lot of the suffering and burdens that increase the repercussions of the humanitarian disaster on the Yemeni citizen.
In this regard, Mr. Sharaf, delivered a message to the United Nations Resident Coordinator addressed to the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, and to the President of the current session of the Security Council concerning a number of excesses by the branch of Central Bank of Yemen in Aden aiming to create financial problems, to continue the suffering of Yemeni banks located in the capital Sanaa and to cause more financial difficulties and crises in front of them.
He pointed out that this will obstruct all international efforts aimed at creating the atmosphere for political settlement and achieving stability and peace in Yemen.
Source: Yemen News Agency