Yemeni media revealed the faltering negotiations taking place in the Saudi capital, Riyadh, between the internationally recognized Yemeni government and the Ansar Allah group (Houthis) after the Houthis withdrew from previous agreements and raised the ceiling of their demands.
Journalist Fares Al-Humairi spoke about his account of the It culminates in the signing of the road map for peace in Yemen.
Observers believe that the Houthi group’s announcement of its entry into the events in Gaza has achieved political gains in order to put pressure on the Governing Council and the coalition, which must make the group withdraw from previous agreements, the most prominent points of which were agreed upon. Others accuse the Houthis of exploiting the war in Gaza to escape their internal crises, as well as trying to serve the Iranian agenda and bring more suffering to citizens in the country, which is suffering from difficult economic conditions after 8 years of conflict.
The journalist close to the Southern Transitional Council, Salah bin Laghbar, said in a post on his account on the X-platform that the ongoing round of peace talks in the Saudi capital, Riyadh, faltered after the Houthis withdrew from previous agreements , which were agreed upon. on.
Bin Laghbar adds that the Houthis have begun to use a new method of pressure against the economic crisis through piracy and threatening navigation in the Red Sea, to raise the costs of maritime transport and insurance, which will mean a new wave of high prices that the citizen will not tolerate ,
For its part, the United Nations and international and regional actors are intensifying their diplomatic efforts with the aim of reaching a new ceasefire agreement in Yemen.
Today, Monday, the UN Special Envoy, Hans Grundberg, met with Josep Borrell, European Union foreign policy official, today in Jordan to discuss developments in the situation in Yemen, “and the two sides discussed the importance of a coordinated international effort to achieve. progress towards lasting peace and stability in Yemen.”