Houthi delegate Abdul-Majid al-Hanash stressed the importance of addressing Yemen's worsening humanitarian crisis during a press conference in Rimbo on Saturday, as the UN-backed Yemen peace talks entered their third day.
Hanash said that «the shelling has been ongoing for four years now. More than 100,000 children are facing famine and could die at any moment.» He called on the international... Еще community and the UN to address the humanitarian concerns, adding that «in the end it's all about dialogue.»
The UN-backed Yemen peace talks, aimed at putting an end to the country's four-year-old conflict, are expected to run until December 13.
According to UN Envoy Martin Griffiths, the key issues to be discussed during the Rimbo peace talks on Yemen are further confidence-building measures, including an agreement on the exchange of prisoners, and the reopening of the Sanaa airport, among others.