Spokesman of Ansar Allah and head of the Sanaa delegation to the Geneva talks which did not meet said on Sunday that the United Nations failed or tried to fail to extract the necessary license for the transfer of the national delegation to Geneva.
In a statement to the media, Mohammed Abdul Salam said: “We have confirmed the plane leaving Sanaa directly to Geneva accompanied by patients and wounded, but the aggression did not allow the wounded and the disabled any journey, nor open the airport Sanaa.”
He pointed out that any party has not provided any guarantee of the safety of the delegation and its return from Geneva, including some ambassadors of the permanent members, and that the international community does not trust the alliance which not at war with it, adding: “How can we trust on coalition and we are at war with it ?!”
Abdul Salam pointed out that the opening of Sanaa airport is a humanitarian priority before any other consideration, referring to the expert report which recognizes the illegal closure of Sanaa airport at all.
Abdul Salam added that the Yemeni people would not remain idle and would not accept to remain in a large prison as well as the coalition’s control of Yemen’s land, sea and airports would not pass without a punishment.