Legitimacy welcomes Houthi initiative to open humanitarian crossing in Taiz

Legitimacy welcomes Houthi initiative to open humanitarian crossing in Taiz


MP Abdul Karim Cheban, chairman of the committee for negotiations on the opening of roads, welcomed the initiative of the Houthi group, which was announced Wednesday evening by Houthi leader Ali al-Qurashi to open an outlet west of the city of Taiz, which has been besieged for five years.

The MP said in a press release that Ghaleb Mutlaq, minister of works in the Government of Sana'a (not recognized) communicated with him, informed him of the existence of high Houthi directives to open roads in the city of Taiz in the coming days, and wished the Houthis credibility in implementing the initiative.

"In the ways that we have identified to open them, including the demining of their own sides, we have sent the entrances and the ceasefire for the open road for the safety of passers-by and travelers," Cheban said.

He added: "We as citizens, a local authority and a national army in Taiz welcome the initiative to open roads, and we hope that they will be honest, and we have identified the road (palace tour - Wadi Sallaj – Al-Askari - Al-Jahmalyah) or (palace tour - Farzat Sana'a – Aqabat Munif- Al-Hawdh as well as we proposed the opening of the road (Thekra Junction – 60 road - Factory of Margarine - the old airport ) is for large tankers only so as not to cause a surge in the rest of the ports."


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