Chairman of the Technical Bureau of consultations: Amman economic meetings failed due to the intransigence of the Houthis

Chairman of the Technical Bureau of consultations: Amman economic meetings  failed due to the intransigence of the Houthis


The Amman meetings on discussing the mechanism for implementing the economic aspect of the Stockholm Agreement on Hodeidah failed due to the intransigence of the Houthis, said the head of the technical Office of the Peace Consultation engineer Mohammed al-Amrani.

In a statement to Al-Masdar online, al-Amrani said the Houthis refused to link the central bank branch in Hodeidah to the main headquarters of the central bank in Aden, and they refused that  al-Hodeidah's revenues goes in favour of paying the salaries of government employees in Hodeidah, which they said that the legitimate government should pay it.

Overall, according to Al-Amrani, the Houthis rejected all the proposals made by representatives of the legitimate Government at the Amman meetings, and the meetings of the last two days aimed at arranging the economic situation in Hodeidah did not achieve any positive results.

Al-Masdar online knew that the deputy of the UN envoy Maeen Shuraim has put forward a proposal to form a tripartite monitoring on the performance of the central bank in Hodeidah like the triple control that is supposed to be adopted to verify the security and military actions, which was rejected by representatives of the Government at the meeting.

The Swedish agreement stated that the revenue of the port of Hodeidah to the Central bank branch of the city to pay the salaries of government employees in Hodeidah Governorate and other governorates under the control of the putschists.


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