Alwaght- The Ansarullah movement says it opposes any proposed solution to the crisis in Yemen if it does not meet the people's demands and expectations.
Speaking on Wednesday at a press conference, Ansarullah spokesman, Mohammad Abdul Salam, reiterated that the asserted that Sanaa delegation to Yemeni talks in Kuwait will reject any proposed solution if it does not meet the demands of the Yemenis.
Abdul Salam who heads the Sanaa delegation, said, "We heard from the United Nations that it is preparing to propose a solution; however, if it does not meet the Yemenis demands (identifying the presidency situation, forming a national unity government and a military as well as a security committee, halting the Saudi-led aggression permanently, and lifting the blockade) then we will reject it."
"We demand the UN to pressurize the other party in order to reach a comprehensive, not partial solution," he added.
He said the Ansarullah movement believes the UN envoy to Yemen Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed should be given a chance to attain better results. He however said the UN envoy is in a hard position due to pressure exerted on him.
Commenting on the remarks made by the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon on Saudi regime's pressure on the UN which led to the removal of the Saudi coalition from the global child-killers list, Abdul Salam said that acknowledgment has a greater impact than the decision itself because it exposed how the UN is funded for political objectives.
Nearly 10,000 Yemenis have been killed during the illegal Saudi-led aggression on Yemen since March 2015, with the vast majority of them being innocent civilians including women and children.
Riyadh launched the attack on Yemen in a bid to restore power to fugitive president Abd Rabbu Mansour Hadi who is a close ally to the Saudi regime.
The strikes have also taken a heavy toll on the country’s facilities and infrastructure, destroying many hospitals, markets, schools, factories and mosques.