quinta-feira, 21 de abril de 2016

Yemen: Government and Rebels begin negotiations this Thursday

The confirmation was given by the spokesman, Stephane Dujarric. "We expect the delegations to develop the framework of a roadmap for a peaceful and orderly process based on the initiative of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) and the results of the National Dialogue Conference," he said.

The negotiations should have begun two days ago, but the failure of a ceasefire was to make it harder.

"If the aggression continues, the army and the people's committees had better watch out. They do not show signs of commitment to cease-fire despite numerous guarantees we received from several other countries, "explains representative houti, Mohammed Abdel-Salam.

The pro-gov ernmental side also makes the same kind of accusations.

Is in effect the fifth ceasefire since the beginning of the Arab military campaign in March last year.

According to UN data, have already died more than 3 1000 civilians and the humanitarian situation is worrying for people who live in areas affected by violence.

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