Women for Life propose to UN peace mediator a breakthrough in Taiz siege

Women for Life propose to UN peace mediator a breakthrough in Taiz siege

A group of women leaders from Taiz, a central Yemen city under Houthi siege for three years, have submitted to the UN peace mediator Martin Griffiths an initiative for opening humanitarian access breakthroughs in the tight blockade.

The group known as "Women for Life" met Samer Abu Jubarah the person in charge of Taiz dossier in Griffith's office in Amman on Saturday, al-Moshahed news website reported.

"The female team updated Jubarah on the longstanding humanitarian suffering endured by the people of Taiz as a result of this three-year long siege," reported the website. The website did not mention any further details about the initiative. But it reported that the team also submitted a letter from the governor of Taiz, Ameen Mahmoud, to Griffiths.

The governor's letter calls upon Griffiths to pressure the Houthi militia to lift the siege for humanitarian purposes and to involve the UN in supervising and ensuring opened and safe routes.  

 

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