Yemeni parties agree to monitor ceasefire violations
Kuwait - Arab Today
Yemeni warring parties ended their evening session here on Saturday with reports of differences over maintaining of the ceasefire.
Representatives from the Yemeni government, the General People's Congress and Ansarullah movement met for more than five hours and agreed to name a person from each party to report any violation of the truce, which entered force on April 10, Kuwait news agency KUNA reported.
UN Special Envoy to Yemen Ismael Ould Cheikh Ahmad said at a news conference yesterday that there was a strong international backing for the enforcement of the ceasefire in Yemen.
The negotiations, which began Thursday, are mainly meant to persuade all Yemeni rivals to stick to UN Security Council resolution 2216, and to arrive at a framework for an organized peaceful process in Yemen as per the GCC Initiative and the outcomes of the Yemeni National Dialogue.