SANAA, An official source at the Foreign Ministry expressed on Friday Yemen's dissatisfaction with remarks by US Ambassador Matthew Toler, in which he accused the national powers of procrastination in implementing the Stockholm agreements.
The source explained to Saba that these statements aim to block any progress in the political settlement process to pave the way for the failure of the Swedish agreement and the resumption of military escalation, as well as to cover the intransigence of the other party and encourage them to continue to shirk the implementation of the Sweden agreement, in framework of the unlimited support of the American administration for Riyadh and its hostile attitude against the Yemeni people.
The source pointed out that these statements contradict the statements of the Special Envoy of the Secretary-General of the United Nations to Yemen, Martin Griffiths, in which he noted that there is significant progress in the implementation of the first phase of redeployment in accordance with the agreement Hodeidah.
The source stressed that it was rather better to pressure on the party that hinders the Stockholm agreements before the ink dries.
The source pointed out that the national forces made many concessions in Stockholm in order to stop the Yemeni people's blood shedding to end their suffering, pointing out that the army and the popular forces exercised the utmost restraint to maintain the ceasefire in Hodeidah despite the continuous violations of the US-saudi aggression coalition, which amounted to about 11 thousand violations, including air raids, the introduction of reinforcements and mobilization and military escalation on various fronts, not to mention that the national forces confirmed their readiness To implement unilateral redeployment.
The source renewed the commitment of the National Salvation Government to implement the Stockholm agreements and support the efforts of the Special Envoy of the Secretary-General to Yemen.
The source called on the international community to pressure the countries of the aggression coalition to start implementation of the first phase of the redeployment agreement in Hodeidah and to make progress in the file of the prisoners and Taiz, in preparation for holding the second round of consultations and reaching an agreement ending the aggression and unjust siege imposed on Yemen four years ago.
Source: Yemen News Agency