SANAA, The Revolution Leader Sayyed Abdulmalik Badr al-Din al-Houthi on Monday met with Special Envoy of the United Nations Secretary-General to Yemen Martin Griffiths.
During the meeting, Sayyed Abdulmalik al-Houthi reaffirmed the fixed stance, constant keenness on peace and responsible engagement with all endeavors made in this direction in order to reach fair and equitable solutions.
The Revolution Leader stressed on the humanitarian steps with regard to the war prisoners and detainees, especially in light of the inhumane treatment against them in the prisons of the aggression countries and their mercenaries that exceeded torture to execution in cases that were repeated in a tragic and unfortunate context.
Sayyed Abdulmalik referred to the continued detention of Samira Marsh, who was kidnapped by criminal elements and held in a prison in Marib province, in flagrant violation of all religious principles, Islamic ethics and tribal and social norms.
He said that there are important aspects must be given more attention and implementation by the United Nations, in light of the deteriorating humanitarian situation, which was aggravated by the aggression, the blockade, the continued closure of Sanaa Airport to civil flights, as well as the continual suffocating siege on al-Durayhimi city in Hodeidah since Sweden agreement last year.
Source: Yemen News Agency