Kuwait-hosted Yemeni talks to continue Sunday — UN official

KUWAIT, May 8 (KUNA) — UN Special Envoy to Yemen Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed affirmed that the Kuwait-hosted, UN-mediated Yemeni peace talks will continue to be held on Sunday.
In a press statement released late Saturday, the envoy stressed the importance of these talks to share different points of view and resolve issues to end the war in Yemen.
Meanwhile, he called on all clashing parties to take into consideration the suffering of Yemeni citizens who are affected by the current conflict.
The UN official also noted that Saturday’s sessions discussed cease-fire, militia withdrawal and prisoners.
Yesterday, a source close to Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed had denied reports about alleged suspension of the peace talks. “It is normal that consultations sessions could undergo some difficulties, but they are proceeding,” he added.(end) rkf.nma.hrz.ag

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