Houthis expect deeds, after truce worded, by coalition

Sana'a (Debriefer)
2020-04-26 | Since 2 Week

Mohamed Ali al-Houthi

The Houthis expect deeds from the Saudi-led coalition, member of the group's Supreme Political Council said Saturday, after the Arab Coalition had declared a one-month extension of a two-week unilateral ceasefire.

"We are expecting deeds but not words, and that the extension would not for propaganda as happened in the last two weeks," Mohamed Ali al-Houthi added on Twitter.

The last two weeks saw the coalition militarily escalating at all of the combating fronts, he claimed.

On Friday, the coalition to support legitimacy in Yemen announced a one-month extension for the unilateral ceasefire in the war-torn country.

The ceasefire aims at paving way for progress in negotiations with two parties on sustainable ceasefire, to agree upon most important economic and humanitarian measures, and to resume political process, said Colonel Turki al-Maliki, spokesman for the coalition.

For another Houthi official, "there is no truce in Yemen to be extended by Saudi Arabia. It rather extended the escalation."

The coalition "false" announcement of extended ceasefire aims at "justifying, in advance, its expected loss in Marib," northeastern of Yemen, Mohamed al-Bokhaiti added on Friday.


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