Talks between Saudi Arabia and the Houthis (Ansar Allah) seem to be moving toward a comprehensive and mutually satisfactory agreement away from the internationally recognized Yemeni government, which Riyadh has led an coalition to support it.
Almost two months ago, the leaked news leaks did not stop talking about the Saudi-Houthi talks, regional and international mediation, but they did not talk about the initial terms of the agreement between the two sides, as well as the launching of initiatives with positive signs, which enhance the possibility of ending the war in Yemen.
The Yemeni journalist, Mohammed Al-Khamiri, revealed at midnight on Thursday, some of the conditions and demands, which are on the table between Saudi Arabia and the Houthis (Ansar Allah), in the Omani capital Muscat.
"The negotiations in Muscat, Oman, Saudi Arabia are financing a Russian-made defense weapons deal to intercept missiles with more than $ 1 billion in exchange for withdrawing from frontier fronts and halting the development of missiles and aircraft," Khamiri, the editor of Yemen's Elaf newspaper, said on his Facebook page.
He added: "The Houthis are demanding the reconstruction of what was destroyed by the war, and compensation for victims of civilian targets by 20%, which as compensation for the victims of Lockerbie."
Khamiri went on to compare the progress achieved by the Houthi group (Ansar Allah) in the file of its negotiations with Saudi Arabia and what it can achieve great gains, and the legitimate Yemeni government, with scathing irony.
Khamiri said Yemeni government officials "demand that Saudi Arabia continue to pay the salaries of ministers and agents who have returned to Aden, in dollars and Saudi riyals, not in Yemeni rials."
The senior leader of the Houthis (Ansar Allah) and the head of the political council set up by the group, welcomed on Friday evening, any serious negotiations leading to the declaration of a halt to the war.
Saudi Arabia on Thursday released 128 prisoners from the Houthi group (Ansar Allah).