Sanaa Supreme Political Council head meets with Saudi, Omani delegates
President of the Supreme Political Council in Yemen, Mahdi Al-Mashat, meets with the Saudi delegation in Sana'a and stresses his country's position for "just and honorable peace."
The head of the Supreme Political Council in Yemen, Mahdi al-Mashat, met with the Omani and Saudi delegations in the capital Sanaa, according to Yemeni media.
During the meeting, Al-Mashat affirmed his country's firm position on a just and honorable peace, which the Yemeni people aspire to have and to achieve freedom and independence.
He also expressed the Yemeni people's gratitude for the mediation efforts undertaken by the Sultanate of Oman, its positive role in bringing points of view closer, and its efforts to achieve peace.
For his part, the head of the Saudi delegation expressed his thanks to the Sultanate of Oman for its important role and great efforts in bringing peace to Yemen, and its keenness to support peace and stability in Yemen.
The meeting was also attended by the head of the national negotiating delegation, Mohammad Abdul Salam, the deputy head of the national negotiating delegation, Lieutenant General Jalal al-Ruwaishan, the head of the Security and Intelligence Service, Major General Abdul Hakim Al-Khaiwani, the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Hussein al-Ezzi, the member of the national delegation, Abdul Malik al-Ajri, and the head of the Military and Security Committee, Major General Abdullah Yahya Al-Razami.
Sources told Al Mayadeen about the arrival of a high-ranking Omani delegation to the Yemeni capital, accompanied by the head of the Sanaa negotiating delegation, negotiator Mohammad Abdul Salam, to complete the talks to extend the armistice, after extending its terms and conditions.
Al Mayadeen's sources indicated that the Omani delegation's visit paved the way for the Saudi delegation that arrived on Saturday, headed by the Saudi ambassador, Mohammed Al Jaber, to Sanaa, to negotiate with the Ansar Allah movement and agree to extend the armistice.
Likewise, Yemeni sources told Al Mayadeen that the Omani delegation is completing talks to extend the armistice in Sanaa after expanding its terms and conditions.
An exclusive source told Al Mayadeen on April 7 that a Saudi delegation, headed by the Saudi ambassador and accompanied by an Omani delegation, will arrive in the Yemeni capital, Sanaa.