Al-Sabah Al-Yemeni | special |
A few days after Sana’a authorities refused to accept the UN envoy to Yemen Ismail Ould Cheikh, and asked the United Nations to appoint another envoy, the UN envoy to Yemen Ismail Ould Cheikh moved his office to the Jordanian capital Amman.
The Jordanian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Emigrants Affairs Ayman Safadi, said that Ould Cheikh asked, during a meeting between them on Wednesday, to host him in the capital Amman and open a special office for Yemen there.
Sana’a authorities have rejected his proposal to hand over the port and the city of Hodeidah in exchange for handing over salaries of state employees and considered it an unacceptable compromise, calling on the United Nations to appoint a new envoy to deal with the Yemeni people in a friendly and respectful manner.
This came on the tongue of the President of the Supreme Council of Sana’a Saleh al-Samad in his speech on Monday evening in the expanded meeting of the Yemen’s dignitaries, called by the leader of Houthis group Abdul Malik al-Houthi.