Houthis denied any existing truce in Yemen

The head of the Sana’a-based government’s national negotiation delegation, Mohammed Abdulsalam denied any existing truce in Yemen mocked the coalition accusations for Houthis of violating the ceasefire.

Abdulsalam said Monday in new post on his twitter page that” The coalition does not stop repeating ridiculous assumptions, such as claiming self-restraint and accusing us of committing violations.”

“The Saudi now that the cease-fire was not real and there is no truce in Yemen, but what’s real happen is  more escalation of air strikes and more crawls on fronts,” He said. Adding that “so, the aggression and the siege continue and we have rights to face this aggression with all power we have,”

Abdulsalam called the Security council to issue an explicit decision to stop the absurd war in Yemen and end the unjust siege.

“If the UN  had a serious orientation and a real will towards peace in Yemen they should take an explicit decision to stop the absurd war in Yemen and end the unjust siege,” Abdulsalam said.

He also pointed out that the military escalation of the Saudi coalition alliance with the continued blockade of Yemen contradicted with the announcement of cease-fire a few days ago, describing the Saudi calm as “fraud and misleading the international community.”