Yemeni rivals hold joint session

KUWAIT, May 7 (KUNA) — Yemeni parties have held a joint session of peace negotiations in order to complete the discussion of political and security issues put on the agenda of UN-facilitated talks.
UN Special Envoy for Yemen, Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed is seeking to bring the Yemeni rivals’ views closer, especially regarding the issues of prisoners and detainees, with a view to setting out a general strategic framework for a comprehensive peace settlement.
The three teams set up over the last couple of days to report today ceasefire violations are expected to come up with their documents.
The delegations representing the Yemeni government, the General People’s Congress and Ansarullah movement, are participating in the UN-sponsored talks.
UN Special Envoy for Yemen Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed announced on May 1 that the Yemeni government delegation had suspended its participation in the joint talks of the consultations hosted by Kuwait since April 21. (emd)

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