The Head of Yemen’s Supreme Revolutionary Committee, Mohammed Ali al-Houthi, blamed the Saudi-led coalition for hindering the implementation of peace deal reached between the country’s warring sides in UN-sponsored talks in Sweden.
In remarks carried by Yemen’s Al-Massirah channel, al-Houthi said the Saudi-led coalition is to be blamed for hindering peace process and the deterioration of humanitarian situation in the Arab impoverished country.
The official said the Saudi-led coalition, which has been launching brutal aggression on Yemen since March 2015, has been refusing to implement the re-deployment deal in Hodeidah.
The Saudi-led coalition is not dealing seriously with international efforts to find solution to the crisis in Yemen, noting that the ultimatum set by the UN cooperation committee for the redeployment in Hodeidah has passed, Al-Houthi said.
He also noted that the Saudi-led coalition practices aimed at distrusting the UN envoy, calling the United Nations to press the Saudi-led coalition over implementing the deal reached in Sweden.