Pak Sahafat – The Italian newspaper “Il Caffe Geopolitico” wrote: Against the new and retaliatory measures of Sana’a forces, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and the United States are now facing severe tensions and the alliance between Riyadh, Abu Dhabi and Washington in Yemen is collapsing.
According to Pak Sahafat News Agency’s report from 26 information base in Yemen, The Italian newspaper “Il Kafi Geopolitica” today (Friday) in a report referring to the ceasefire announced between the parties involved in the war in Yemen, wrote: On April 2, 2022, the longest period of the ceasefire in Yemen began because the ceasefire lasted for 6 months and brought many benefits to the people. It brought Yemen and promised hope to stop the war that has plagued this country for about eight years. This newspaper pointed out that in 2022 and during three periods of Yemen, it recorded the longest ceasefire since the beginning of the war, and added: At the same time, since according to the agreement that was negotiated with the mediation of the United Nations and in Oman and the cessation of all military attacks inside and outside the country, the arrival of oil tankers carrying fuel to Hodeidah ports and the reopening of Sana’a airport for some commercial flights and It included monitoring the roads leading to Taiz and other provinces, and the ceasefire began on April 2, 2022 and ended on October 2. The interests of the United States, Saudi Arabia, and the UAE were increasingly at odds with each other.
The report states that the 6-month ceasefire has brought tangible benefits to the Yemeni people, including better access to humanitarian aid and a significant reduction in violence and casualties across the country.
This newspaper revealed that the disagreement between Riyadh, Abu Dhabi and Washington in Yemen has spread and even among the countries that were allies at the beginning of the war, the first conflicts have begun, especially the UAE, which was an ally of Saudi Arabia during the years of the war, has now turned its back on the Saudi coalition.
The Italian newspaper “Il Kafi Geopolitica” further wrote: Despite the common interests of the allies regarding the defeat of Sana’a forces, the UAE refused a joint action plan for a specific purpose to ensure control of southern Yemen and supported the Southern Transitional Council.
In addition, Saudi Arabia sees itself abandoned and it is clear that the continuation of the war is no longer suitable for Riyadh and uses the ceasefire as a means to end the war.
The Italian newspaper added that, in fact, the Saudi coalition in Yemen is collapsing and the Saudi-backed government does not have the necessary conditions to run a federal government, and 80% of Yemen’s population is governed by Sana’a, so it seems that the coalition’s internal disputes are directly in favor of Sana’a.
A few days ago, the Lebanese newspaper “Al-Akhbar” wrote in a report quoting Yemeni political sources that Saudi Arabia was forced to accept the demands of Ansarullah and submit to the demands for the rights of Sana’a, and that solving Yemen’s humanitarian issues is supposed to be a priority.
Al-Akhbar, quoting Yemeni political sources, emphasized in the continuation of its report that Ansarullah succeeded in achieving their demands in the field of humanitarian issues and also obtained executive guarantees from the other side, and based on this agreement, the ceasefire in Yemen is to be extended for another six months.
At the same time, Mohammad Abd al-Salam, the spokesman and head of the Ansarullah negotiating team, said that any solution to the war in Yemen should require the payment of employee salaries from oil and gas revenues based on the 2014 budget, the reopening of airports, ports, and roads, as well as the release of all prisoners and the complete resolution of the humanitarian issue.
On the other hand, Muhammad Ali al-Houthi, a senior member of Yemen’s Ansarullah movement, said a few days ago that Ansarullah is against and dissatisfied with the conditions of neither war nor peace in Yemen, after the end of the UN ceasefire.
Al-Houthi said in a meeting with the leaders of Dhamar province authorities: “There are many obstacles in the shadow of the siege and attack on Yemen, but the extension of the ceasefire was rejected, although we cannot live in the conditions of neither peace nor war.”
This Ansarullah official stated that with the efforts of the Yemeni nation, it can be said that progress has been made and the enemy’s conspiracy has ended, adding: There is an all-out military, security, administrative and service battle in Yemen.
Among its most important provisions was the arrival of 18 fuel ships to Hodeidah ports and the permission of two weekly round-trip flights from Sana’a airport, but this ceasefire was violated hundreds of times by the aggressor coalition.
The National Salvation Government of Yemen has announced the lifting of the blockade, the full reopening of Sana’a airport and the payment of employees’ salaries from the oil revenues of the provinces occupied by the mercenaries of Saudi Arabia and the UAE as the conditions for a new extension of the ceasefire.