The head of Yemen`s internationally recognized "legitimate" government, Dr. Moeen Abdulmalik, threatened the Houthis (Ansar Allah) group, which controls large parts of the north of the country, including the capital Sanaa, with military operation resolve if settlement consultations fail, which was launched onThursday in Sweden under the auspices of the United Nations.
As head of the delegation of the Houthis renewed to the consultations, Mohammed Abdulsalam his call on his forces to be careful and cautious about the escalation of opponents.
Head of Hadi`s government told "Albayan" UAE newspaper that the success of Sweden's talks depends largely on the intention of the Houthis group and its will to stop the suffering of the Yemeni people at the humanitarian and economic levels.
He added: "The ruling on the seriousness of the Houthi militia is based on its history, rhetoric and behavior from its inception as an armed terrorist organization run by Iran, for Iran's interests, by turning every truce into an opportunity to prepare for war, to its declared daily practice of digging trenches, the cultivation of mines and the brutal insistence on the recruitment of children. "
"All these behaviors cast doubt on the reasonable position of the militia's seriousness, and indeed pose a real threat to the efforts of UN Special Envoy to Yemen Martin Griffiths."
Dr. Abdulmalik said that the Yemeni "legitimate" government serious in the search for peace, and that the first choice is to preserve Yemeni blood, and the preservation of the national entity and sovereignty.
He stressed that "the three references to the political solution in Yemen are the basis and guarantor to get out of the war to a path leading to a comprehensive solution to end the coup, and restore the state, and preserve the national structure and democrat governance."
He stressing that without ٍSaudi-led Arab coalition countries support, especially UAE, the results would have been disastrous for Yemen and the region, as this support has impeded Iran's steps to threaten regional and international security and peace.
On their part, the head of the delegation of the Houthis group "Ansar Allah" to the Swedish consultations and the group's spokesperson, Mohammed Abdulsalam, renewed on Thursday, calling on his group to "be careful and cautious as the fighting continues to escalate" on the fighting fronts in Yemen.
The Houthi-run Almasirah channel reported after the starting of the peace talks in Sweden that Abdulsalam said his delegation was keen to "lift the suffering of the people and preserve the sovereignty and independence of Yemen."
The head of the Houthi delegation to the consultations stressed on Tuesday that his delegation "will spare no effort to make the consultations successful, bring peace, end the war of aggression and lift the siege."
He called on his forces to be vigilant towards "escalating the aggression witnessed on the fronts."
The remarks came at a time when Yemeni peace talks kicktarted in Rembo, about 60 kilometers north of Stockholm, on Thursday, in the presence of the delegations of the Yemen`s internationally recognized government and the Houthi group.
"I hope that a deal will be reached on war de-escalation," Envoy Martin Griffiths said at press conference shared by Swedish Minister for Foreign Affairs Margot Wallstrom.
"No doubt that Yemen's future is at hand of participants in consultations," he added hoping that talks will lead to concrete progress for the interest of Yemenis and alleviation of their sufferings.", he added.
Yemen has been racked by armed conflict which broke out after the Houthis had ousted the internationally recognised government in late 2014.
The conflict escalated after a Saudi-led military coalition intervened militarily in the country in March 2015.
Yemen is facing the world's worst humanitarian crisis. The conflict has left nearly 10,000 people dead in Yemen, already the Arab world's poorest country and more than 22 million people in Yemen are in need of aid - 8.4 million of whom are on the brink of starvation, according to the United Nations.