UN envoy Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed left Aden in Yemen on Thursday evening, heading to Riyadh, after his meeting with Yemeni President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi and the leaders of the internationally-recognised government.
The meetings were held in the context of a challenging task for the resumption of the peace negotiations. Hadi handed him the Yemeni governmental notes on the UN roadmap.
The SABA news agency said that the UN envoy quoted Hadi saying during the meeting that he is "keen on the peace negotiations and that he looks forward to a serious peace process that would end any emerging war and would pave the way for a secure future for Yemen and future Yemeni generations."
According to the agency, Hadi gave the UN envoy a message that included "the government's response and remarks about the envoy's roadmap, to correct the path and help the peace efforts in accordance with the specific references."
For his part, in a press interview after the meeting with Hadi, Ould Cheikh called to resort "back to the dialogue and peaceful solution," pointing out that he "personally saw that His Excellency the President was very positive."
Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK