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Al-Muharrami meets the military advisor to the UN envoy

Abu Zaraa Al-Muharrami, Vice President of the Southern Transitional Council and member of the Presidential Leadership Council, on Tuesday, at the presidential palace in the capital, Aden, received the military advisor to the UN envoy Anthony Hayward.

The two sides discussed international efforts to establish a mechanism for a permanent ceasefire in light of the threats by the Iranian-backed Houthi militia to waterways and maritime traffic, and its targeting of ships in the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden.

Al-Muharrami expressed renewed support for regional and international efforts to end the war, stressing that the patience of the Presidential Command Council with the violations of the terrorist Houthi militia is running out, and that its support for the peaceful political option in the peace process will not last long.

He said that the continuation of the Houthi terrorist militia’s hostile actions on the front lines, mobilizing fighters and targeting commercial ships and international shipping routes, threatens to explode the situation and undermine all peaceful efforts.

He warned that the criminal militia does not believe in peace, and its record is full of overturning agreements and covenants at every turn that leads to peace, pointing to the Houthi violation of the Stockholm Agreement in Hodeidah in 2018, and exploiting international pressure to prevent the liberation of Hodeidah and the port, to rearrange ranks and mobilize their elements to control the city once again.

Al-Muharrami warned of the consequences of the increase in the smuggling of Iranian weapons to the terrorist Houthi militia in large quantities after the opening of the port of Hodeidah, as one of the negative repercussions resulting from the Stockholm Agreement and the opening of the port to the criminal Houthis.

The member of the Presidential Leadership Council called on the United Nations and the international community to reconsider the seriousness of that terrorist militia in seeking peace, and to exert a lot of pressure on it in any settlement.

The military advisor to the UN envoy touched on the visions of a permanent ceasefire mechanism, before moving to a settlement under the auspices of the United Nations, expressing his thanks to the Presidential Command Council for its support for the office of the UN envoy.

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