YEMEN Press Agency

Sayyed Abdulmalik al-Houthi meets UN envoy

SANAA, Nov. 22 (YPA) – Spokesman of Ansaruallah, Mohammed Abdusalam, on Thursday said that Sayyed Abdulmalik Badr al-Din al-Houthi met with the UN Special Envoy to Yemen, Martin Griffiths, who is currently visiting Sanaa.

“The meeting dealt with the humanitarian and economic suffering of Yemeni people a result of the aggression and blockade that targeted all Yemenis without exceptions,” Abdusalam said on his Twitter account.

In the meeting, Sayyed al-Houthi stressed “the importance of credibility and will of the aggression forces to go for a political solution away from fallacies and falsification.”

Al-Houthi referred to the positive initiatives and practical steps that have been taken by the political leadership in Sanaa towards supporting the political solution and ending the aggression.

On the economic side, al-Houthi pointed out to the need to end the economic restrictions imposed by the aggression forces, which continue to target the national currency and obstruct the entry of basic and necessary goods.

Al-Houthi urged the United Nations to remain neutral in its performance and in its efforts to find a comprehensive political solution.

The meeting also discussed arrangements for holding new consultations in December, as well as the facilities required to transport the wounded and patients for treatment abroad and their return.