Kuwait has set a 15-day deadline period, for Yemeni parties to reach a peace agreement, during the current UN-brokered negotiations, said Assistant Foreign Minister, Khaled Al-Jarallah, Wednesday night.
"We have set 15 days to Yemeni parties for settling matters," he said in a statement, to Arabia TV, adding that, "We, from the very beginning, have agreed with the parties to conduct negotiations within a timetable. Kuwait has been hosting the talks for a long time and this is enough," he noted.
During a meeting today, with UN Special Envoy for Yemen, Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed, Acting Prime Minister and Foreign Minister, Sheikh Sabah Khaled Al-Hamad Al-Sabah, renewed Kuwait's stance of supporting the envoy's efforts, in making a success of the peace talks.
Ould Cheikh Ahmed, meanwhile, held meetings with delegations of the Ansar-Allah movement and the General People's Congress, as well as, with the Yemeni government delegation, in the framework of the peace talks.
The committee, dealing with the issue of prisoners and detainees, also held a meeting and discussed the release of all prisoners and detainees, as soon as possible, in accordance with what has been agreed on, so as to show goodwill.
Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK