Saudi Arabia’s permanent representative to the United Nations has announced that Ansar al-Islam will agree to Riyadh’s initiative to end the war in Yemen due to “field casualties”.
Abdullah al-Moallem, Saudi Arabia’s permanent representative to the United Nations, claimed that Ansar al-Islam would agree to Riyadh’s initiative to end the war in Yemen because of “field casualties,” according to News i, quoting Middle East News.
Al-Moallem stated: We predict that Ansarullah’s field casualties will force them to listen to the voice of reason and wisdom.
He added: “The initiative has been raised from a position of power and the positions of the Arab countries and the international community in supporting the Saudi plan are very important.”
“The United States and Saudi Arabia share a common view on the Yemeni crisis, and the US government knows that Ansarullah is receiving support from Iran,” al-Moallem concluded.
Saudi Foreign Minister Faisal bin Farhan had previously announced a new Riyadh peace initiative to end the war in Yemen.
“Saudi Arabia’s initiative includes a ceasefire throughout Yemen under the auspices of the United Nations,” bin Farhan told a news conference.
He added that the Saudi-led Arab League would ease the siege of Al-Hudaidah port, and that the port’s tax revenues would be transferred to a joint bank account with the central bank. Have a flight.
The head of the Saudi diplomatic service stated: The Riyadh initiative includes holding political talks to end the crisis in Yemen.
He called on the Yemeni government and Ansarullah to agree to the plan, saying that the ceasefire would begin as soon as Ansar al-Islam agreed to the initiative.
Ansarullah, on the other hand, said that Saudi Arabia’s proposal to end the war in Yemen was not new.