UN Special Envoy regrets on not reaching truce extension in Yemen

UN Special Envoy regrets on not reaching truce extension in Yemen
UN Special Envoy regrets on not reaching truce extension in Yemen

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - ADEN — The UN Special Envoy Hans Grundberg on Sunday has expressed his regret for not reaching an agreement to extend the truce in Yemen. He confirmed that he would continue to work with both sides to try and find solutions.

The envoy announced the failure to reach an agreement while indicating that he has submitted another proposal to the parties on Oct. 1 to extend the truce for another six months, with additional elements.

The proposal included several things such as payment of civil servant salaries and pensions, the opening of specific roads in Taiz and other governorates, and additional destinations for flights to and from Sanaa airport.

It also includes unhindered entry of fuel ships into Hodeidah port, strengthening de-escalation mechanisms through the Military Coordination Committee and a commitment to urgently release detainees.

The proposal also included the initiation of negotiations for a ceasefire, the resumption of an inclusive political process, and wider economic issues, including public services.

The Special Envoy said in a report that the extended and expanded truce in Yemen would provide additional critical benefits to the population.

He also called on the parties to maintain calm and refrain from provocations or any actions that could lead to an escalation of violence.

He urged them to fulfill their obligation to the Yemeni people to pursue every avenue for peace.

According to the UN report, the Special Envoy noted, that the Yemeni people need an end to the conflict through an inclusive political process and a negotiated settlement.

He confirmed that he would continue his relentless efforts to engage with the parties to quickly reach an agreement on a way forward.

The Special Envoy has also expressed his gratitude for the constructive engagement at the leadership level from both sides over the past weeks.

He added that he appreciates the position of the government of Yemen on engaging positively with my proposal.

It is noteworthy that the truce in Yemen, which began on April 2, 2022, has offered a truly historic opportunity for the country.

Its positive results have been evident during the past six months, the UN Special Envoy confirmed.

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