TEHRAN (FNA)– A senior leader of Yemen’s Ansarullah movement welcomed upcoming UN-sponsored peace talks over the deadly conflict in the Arab country.
On Wednesday, Mohammed Ali al-Houthi, the head of the Supreme Revolutionary Council, voiced the movement’s readiness to take part in the peace talks, which is expected to kick off in the Swiss city of Geneva on June 14, press tv reported.
“Dialogue is the principle to us. There are no objections to talks,” said the second-in-command of the Ansarullah movement in an interview with The Associated Press.
Houthi lashed out at Yemen’s fugitive former president, Abd Rabbu Mansour Hadi, and his supporters, including the Saudi regime, for “foiling” any peace effort aimed at restoring peace and stability to the violence-ravaged country.
“They are putting pre-conditions to obstruct any talks that could lead the Yemeni people to a solution,” he stated in reference to the earlier remarks by…
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