Ansar Allah does not reject dialogue, sets conditions
Member of the Political Bureau of Ansar Allah Movement in Yemen, Abdul-Malik Al-Ajri, talks about dialogue with the Yemeni parties and stresses the need for holding it away from external pressures.
Yesterday, Monday, a member of the Political Bureau of Ansar Allah movement in Yemen, Abdul Malik Al-Ajri, set conditions for any dialogue with pro-Saudi Yemeni parties.
In the details, Al-Ajri said in a tweet that Ansar Allah "accepts dialogue with the other Yemeni parties as partners in any political settlement, but away from external pressures," noting that dialogue should be conducted in an appropriate atmosphere away from foreign pressure and war siege.
He considered that "it is not fair to come to the dialogue table and drag foreign powers, wielding their sword and siege over our heads."
Earlier, Yemeni Armed Forces Spokesperson, Brigadier General Yahya Saree, said, "Our people are facing defining moments in history. Either the enemy shows its seriousness about the truce, or it reneges as it is usual."
The forces of the Saudi coalition and its mercenaries repeatedly violate the humanitarian and military truce declared in Yemen, which entered into force on the 2nd of last April, between the Saudi coalition and the Sanaa government, which the former violated 5,000 times by May 6.