During the meeting, they discussed the political, humanitarian and economic situation, as well as the efforts of the political process and overcome obstacles hindered by Hadi regime-in-exile and the Saudi regime, following progress in Hodeidah through unilateral redeployment at various ports.
The meeting, which was attended by member of the national delegation Abdul Malik al-Ajri and member of the Higher Economic Committee Ahmed al-Shami, touched on the economic escalation carried out by Saudi Arabia and the Hadi regime, as well as the impact on exchange rates and the stability of the market and the lives of Yemeni citizens.
In the meeting, Mohamed Abdel Salam pointed out that the unilateral redeployment is supposed to be a motive for entering into a comprehensive political settlement, especially as the other party seeks to block any progress on various files, as it has hindered advancing the Hudaidah agreement by escalating violations.
The head of the national delegation was ready to continue working on the files agreed upon in Sweden, which include the truce in Taiz and the release of all prisoners and detainees.
He pointed out that the obstacles and fabrication of justifications is the style of the Hadi regime-in-exile, which does not want any progress in any political solution because it is now aware that any political process or progress in the course of the Swedish agreement is due to the negative impact of the regime, and makes it devoid of any legitimacy of the real political debate after it failed to uphold prior agreements.
He pointed out that the economic escalation carried out by Saudi Arabia and the Hadi regime as a collective punishment threatens millions of Yemenis.
He pointed out the importance of benefiting from the initiative presented by the Supreme Political Council, which represents a practical implementation of the Sweden Agreement’s understandings in the economic file and is in the interest of citizens to pay salaries if the United Nations and the international community help to enforce them based on promises made in previous consultations.