UN Envoy to Yemen Martin Griffiths held talks with Houthi officials in Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Sana'a on Sunday to discuss the implementation of Hodeidah ceasefire agreement and its present challenges and developments.
«We discussed with the envoy all files that were not completed in the Sweden negotiations and we are ready to complete them before going to any future negotiations,» said... Еще member of Houthi delegation to Sweden negotiations Salim al-Mughlis after the meeting.
The next round of negotiations between Yemen's disputing sides is projected to be held either late January or early February.
The Hodeidah ceasefire agreement was struck in Sweden late December 2018 and saw warring Houthi forces and Saudi-backed coalition forces reach a settlement regarding the Red Sea port.
The envoy will reportedly also meet with the head of the UN ceasefire monitoring mission, retired Dutch general Patrick Cammaert, while in Sanaa.
While the UN-brokered truce continues to hold in Hodeidah there have reportedly been periodic outbreaks of violence with both sides blaming the other.
Griffiths is scheduled to meet with representatives of the Saudi-backed government forces in the Saudi capital Riyadh later in the week.