Alwaght- The UN envoy says warring parties are closer to agreement at peace talks in Kuwait while Saudi Regime is still pounding war-torn country, killing more civilians including children and women.
Saudi Regime in a clear move on violating the ceasefire on Wednesday carried out fresh airstrikes on residential areas in the northern al-Jawf province, killing six people and wounding eight others.
Six other civilians, including children, were killed and four others injured in the southern province of Lahej in separate Saudi airstrikes.
Saudis are accused of violating ceasefire while on Wednesday Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed, United Nations Special Envoy for Yemen, said: ”We are moving towards a general understanding that encompasses the expectations and visions of the parties.”
The main sticking point in the talks has been the form of government to oversee a transition.
Ansarullah and their allies have demanded a unity government but the Saudi-backed side insists that former president Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi should take the reins.
The Saudi side has also demanded that Ansurallah withdraw from the capital and other territory which they have been controlling since 2014.
Hadi is being propped up by Saudi Arabia and some of its regional allies, notably the UAE, which have deployed troops to Yemen amid airstrikes pounding the country on a daily basis.
Yemen has been since March 26, 2015 under brutal aggression by Saudi-led coalition.
Nearly 9,800 Yemeni have been killed during the illegal aggression, with the vast majority of them being innocent civilians including women and children.