The Government of Yemen: What is happening in Hodeidah is a Houthi play with a UN directing
The head of the government team in the Coordination Committee for the redeployment in Hodeidah Major General Sakhir bin Aziz stressed the adherence to Yemeni legitimacy with the participation of its team in monitoring and verification of the redeployment operation announced by the Houthi militias started last Saturday under the supervision of UN, considering what is now just a comic play represented by the Houthis.
“Our position is clear: there are some important steps to be followed and implemented starting with implementing the first phase of redeployment in terms of demilitarized demarcation, joint control, and verification, the Coast Guard forces will be made up of their main personnel and port revenues sent To the Central Bank, the delivery of maps and the removal of mines will be done, and the removal of Houthi supervisors, this is the correct way agreed upon under the Stockholm agreement, and if not done this way then it is just a comic play by the Houthis with a scenario written by the United Nations “.
The United Nations announced Tuesday that the redeployment of the Houthis from Hodeidah ports was “in part as agreed by the Yemeni parties. The United Nations has urged the two parties of the conflict in Yemen to “complete the current negotiations” to allow the full implementation of the Hodeidah agreement.
“The United Nations teams are monitoring this redeployment, which has been implemented, in part, as agreed by the two Yemeni parties in the first phase,” said a UN mission chief in charge of monitoring the agreement.
Earlier, the United Nations announced its readiness to help improve the efficiency and productivity of Hodeidah ports in western Yemen after the departure of the Houthi militias.
The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) said in a statement posted on its website that the organization was ready to help improve port efficiency and productivity.