Respite in Yemen peace talks productive for both sides — UN Envoy

KUWAIT, June 30 (KUNA) — The suspension of Yemeni peace talks and their resumption on July 15 will allow a productive respite whereby the two sides in the negotiations will prepare for the period of talks after July 15, said on Thursday Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed, special UN envoy to Yemen.
He said in a press conference that progress has been made in the negotiations so far, leading to the release of about 700 detainees and to the stopping of combat between the two sides of the conflict.
He added that the security situation in Yemen has improved in many areas enabling international relief agencies to deliver their help to the Yemeni people caught up in the conflict. In fact, he said, up to one and a half million people in Yemen received relief aid last Year.
He further said he offered the two sides of the conflict his proposal for an end to their differences and for a lasting peace through the establishment of a national unity government and through rehabilitating the economy.
He noted that once the conflict in Yemen is resolved, the Yemenis will receive much economic assistance from the Gulf states. (end) hrz.ajs

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