Yemen government officials in Saudi Arabia to discuss ending civil war

Yemen government officials in Saudi Arabia to discuss ending civil war

Europe News Desk!! Yemen government officials have gathered in Saudi Arabia to discuss a comprehensive three-year peace plan to end the country’s long-running civil war, a diplomat has said. Saudi Defense Minister Khalid bin Salman held a meeting on Thursday with Rashad al-Alimi, chairman of Yemen’s Presidential Leadership Council (PLC), and other high-ranking Yemeni government officials in Riyadh, the diplomat told Xinhua news agency late on Friday, during which Presented the state plan for peace in Yemen. The proposed plan, which is based on a series of behind-the-scenes talks between Saudi Arabia and Houthi militias in Muscat over the past few months, has three main phases that will be implemented over a period of three years, Yemeni officials said. has already shown its initial support for

The first phase of the plan, according to the source, is a six-month ceasefire between the warring factions in Yemen, during which hostilities will cease and efforts will be made to rebuild trust and lay the groundwork for peace. The second phase will see dialogue between various Yemeni factions to address key issues and grievances and reopen closed roads, airspace and ports, the official said. The third phase will be a two-year transitional period, during which a new and inclusive government will be established, paving the way for long-term stability and peace in the country. The official said an agreement between the Yemeni government and the Houthi rebel group is likely to be announced in the coming days. Meanwhile, another Yemeni government official confirmed to Xinhua that the Saudi ambassador to Yemen, Muhammad Al Jaber, along with an Omani delegation, plans to meet Houthi leaders in Sanaa to discuss final arrangements for a ceasefire.

Oman and the United Nations have mediated previous rounds of talks between the Yemeni government, Saudi Arabia and the Houthi rebels. The role of the mascot has been instrumental in facilitating the talks and maintaining good relations with both sides. Yemeni observers are hopeful that the proposed peace plan will be a viable solution to the ongoing conflict and ease the country’s humanitarian crisis. The United Nations has been working to broker a political solution to the conflict, but previous efforts have failed due to a lack of trust between the warring sides and ongoing violence on the ground. Yemen has been embroiled in a devastating civil war since 2014, with the Houthis fighting against the internationally recognized government. A Saudi Arabia-led coalition intervened in the conflict in 2015 in support of the Yemeni government.


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