Yemeni warring parties continue talks in Kuwait — UN envoy

KUWAIT, May 8 (KUNA) — UN Special Envoy for Yemen Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmad stressed on Sunday that the Yemeni warring parties hold new sessions of peace talks later in the day.
In a press statement, the envoy affirmed the necessity of hosing joint sessions so as to discuss general issues and involve all parties in order to address these issues.
He urged the parties to put the Yemenis’ interests ahead of anything else, emphasizing that the United Nations does its best so as to unify Yemenis and help them reach a consensus solution to the crisis.
A source close to Ould Cheikh Ahmad dismissed reports that the UN-brokered talks have been suspended due to some differences erupted between parties regarding the agenda, stressing that parties are holding constantly their talks.
“It is normal that consultation sessions could undergo some difficulties, but they are proceeding,” the source said.
The UN official also noted that Saturday’s sessions discussed the ceasefire deal, withdrawal of the armed forces and the release of prisoners. (pickup previous)

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