Al- Thawra Net
Negotiations on the implementation of the Stockholm Agreement regarding the province of Hodeidah, have resumed on Sunday in a United Nations ship in international waters.
Brigadier General Mohammed al-Qadiri, a member of the Yemeni team participating in the Joint Coordination Committee, explained that “the lifting of the siege on Duraihimi district will be top priority in our discussions with the representatives of Riyadh and Abu Dhabi.”
He said that allowing supplies to flow to the port of Hodeidah would be discussed with the United Nations, as well as the Saudi-led aggression’s tampering and preventing ships from reaching the port.
“We will discuss the mechanisms for implementing the humanitarian aspect, which is the essence of the Swedish agreement, and the need of the United Nations to force the other side to implement its obligations,” he added.
Earlier, the National Team of the Joint Coordination Committee, referring to the delegation of the National Salvation Government in Sana’a, had left the port of Hodeidah and headed for the United Nations vessel in international waters in order to resume talks regarding the implementation of the Swedish Agreement.