After setting unrealizable conditions, Sweden agreement hang in balance
1/7/2019 9:08:00 PM
الصحوة نت - خاص
Alsahwa Net- The Houthis have set unrealizable conditions in order to implement the Sweden agreement reached in Sweden in December 2018 between the Yemen government and the Iran-backed Houthi militias, Yemeni officials told the Saudi Okaz Newspaper.
The newspaper said that Griffiths exerted intensified meetings with Houthi leaders to maintain the fragile ceasefire in Hodeida, pointing out that the Houthis insisted on reopening Sana’a Airport before the implementation of the Sweden agreement.
Yemen’s deputy information minister Abdul-Basit al-Kaedi said that the intervention of Griffiths is a desperate attempt to make them abandon their unrealizable conditions.
He said that the Yemeni government does not refuse the reopening of Sana’a Airport and that it ordered to reopen it and that it conditioned to check flights in other local airports while the Houthis conditioned to check flights in outside airports.
Al-Kaedi asserted that the Houthis aim to reopen Sana’a Airport according to their agenda that may facilitate the coming of Iranian and Hezbollah export to them.