Houthis propose 3 quartets and UN to arbitrate between them and Arab Coalition

Sana'a (Debriefer)
2020-04-02 | Since 2 Day

Mohammed Ali Al-Houthi

The Houthi group (Ansar Allah) proposed on Wednesday evening the arbitration of three quartets and the United Nations between the two parties to the conflict in Yemen, and stipulated that both the internationally recognized government and the Arab coalition abandon the "three references" to stop the war in order to confront the Coronavirus.

The prominent leader of the group, a member of the Supreme Political Council, Mohammed Ali al-Houthi, said in two tweets on "Twitter": "You must give up your terms and adhere to the name of references and others."

He added that the group's response to the United Nations' call to stop the war "does not mean accepting what was rejected from the beginning or searching for gains that precede the lifting of the siege and stopping the US-UK-Saudi-UAE aggression and its allies.

He said: "Let us quote an Arab quad that rules between us and you as countries that attack our country, an Islamic quadrant, an Asian quadrant, in addition to the United Nations."

The Houthi leader suggested arbitration "Algeria, Tunisia, Egypt, Iraq, Pakistan, Malaysia, Indonesia, Sierra Leone, Russia, China, Korea and Japan, considering that they will not be in isolation from the solution."

The “legitimate” Yemeni government adheres to three references it considers the basis for any political solution with the Houthi group, namely the Gulf initiative, its implementation mechanism, the results of the National Dialogue Conference, and relevant Security Council resolutions, led by Resolution 2216.

The Gulf Initiative, an agreement sponsored by the Gulf states in the year 2011 and replaced the Yemeni constitution and stipulates that Hadi is the legitimate president of the country until new presidential elections are held.

The Comprehensive National Dialogue Conference was held during the period from March 2013 to January 2014 and stipulated the division of Yemen into a federal state from 6 regions, 4 in the north and 2 in the south.

In 2015, the UN Security Council adopted, according to Arab draft Resolution No. 2216, which prohibits the supply of weapons to the Houthi group and confirms the Council's support for Yemeni President Abdrabbuh Mansour Hadi and the efforts of the Gulf Cooperation Council.

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