YEMEN Press Agency

Delegation from Marib tribes arrives in Sanaa to sign “peace agreement” with Salvation Gov’t

SANAA, Sept. 25 (YPA) – A high-ranking tribal delegation from leaders of Abida tribes, one of the largest tribes in Marib province, has arrived in the capital, Sanaa, local sources told Yemen Press Agency on Saturday.

The tribal delegation headed by Sheikh Ali Saleh Al-Aradah, Sheikh Abdulhadi bin Mohsen Ma’eli, and others are authorized by the Abida tribes to discuss with the leadership of the Salvation Government about the nature of the situation in Marib and to conclude an agreement to spare their areas the war, especially after the of Sanaa advance forces towards the city of Marib from all directions, the sources said.

The sources indicated that the tribal delegation was received in the capital Sanaa by Sheikh Hanin Qutina, Sheikh Fares Al-Habbari and Sheikh Faisal bin Haider.

The initial talks between the Salvation Government and the tribal delegation were attended by Sheikh Ali Muhammad bin Tua’iman, the governor of the Salvation Government in Marib, and Sheikh Muhammad bin Al-Amir, the sources added.

Sheikhs of Marib tribes are moving outside the framework of the Saudi-led coalition and the “Hadi’s government” to open the doors of dialogue with the National Salvation Government in Sanaa.