Surprise awaits Riyadh if it continues delaying peace talks: Sanaa
The Secretary of the Supreme Political Council says Yemen is arranging alternatives in case Saudi Arabia pursues the "one step forward, two steps back" approach in negotiations.
Yasser Al-Hawri, the Secretary of the Supreme Political Council in Yemen, revealed on Sunday that Yemen is preparing for a surprise to deter Saudi Arabia and make it regret it in the event that it continues to procrastinate and hesitate to complete negotiations and adhere to the entitlements of establishing peace in Yemen.
Al-Hawri stressed in a press statement that Yemen is arranging alternatives in case Saudi Arabia pursues the "one step forward, two steps back" approach in negotiations, as per the SABA Yemeni news agency.
"If there is no clear and explicit commitment, Saudi Arabia and the region will not enjoy security and stability," the Yemeni official warned, as quoted by SABA, pointing out that Yemeni options are wide, considering the expansion of Yemeni homemade military production and combat readiness at all levels.
Al-Hawri said Saudi Arabia was eluding and trying to kill time in implementing its commitments in the humanitarian file, which includes entitlements to address the effects of the Saudi-led aggression in every way and commitments to achieve peace in Yemen.
According to the Secretary of the Supreme Political Council, addressing the effects of the aggression is not restricted to compensation and reconstruction, as it also includes moral, psychological, health, and other aspects.
In mid-May, the head of the Supreme Political Council in Yemen, Mahdi Al-Mashat, indicated that the United States does not want a solution to the crisis in Yemen.
Al-Mashat stressed that Saudi Arabia must realize that its stability is linked to that of Yemen and that any further escalation would be extremely harmful to all parties involved.
It is noteworthy that in recent months, the Sultanate of Oman put efforts to stop the aggression against Yemen and lift the unlawful siege imposed on the country.