UN move to revive peace talks an attempt to save the Houthis, govt source says

UN move to revive peace talks an attempt to save the Houthis, govt source says

The UN move to revive peace talks with Houthis is an attempt to save the radical rebel militia, a government source told the London-based al-Sharq al-Awsat daily anonymously on Monday.

The ongoing news is that the Deputy Special Envoy of the UN Secretary General Ma'ain Shoreim is scheduled to visit Sana'a early next year for reviving the talks.

"Raising the consultations issue at this timing is no more than an attempt to save the Houthi militia which has become politically and militarily outcast upon  its killing of its ally Saleh and other figures of the GPC party," said the source.

The source said the "Iranian tentacles in the region influenced the UN to take such suspicious moves despite the globally known fact that peace talks with this militia does not work."

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