Today, Tuesday, the House of Representatives in Sana’a described the movements of the UN envoys to Yemen, Hans Grundberg and the American Tim Linder King, as “suspicious.”
In a meeting chaired by Yahya al-Ra’i, the Council accused Grundberg and Linderking of being behind the recent escalation through their meetings with what they called “the mercenaries of aggression” Sultan al-Barakani, Muhammad al-Shaddadi, and others who had previously voted to drop their membership; In a fire attack is the first of its kind.
The Council denounced the meeting of the UN envoy, Al-Barakani and Al-Shaddadi, in Cairo hotels.
They claimed the duplicity of these suspicious moves, which on the surface suggest that they seek to stop the war and achieve peace in Yemen, while in the interior there is an escalation of the war.
This comes in conjunction with continuous movements of UN and US envoys, in the context of discussing efforts to end the war in Yemen, amid the Houthi militia’s intransigence and its rejection of a peace plan carried by envoys “Grundberg” and “Lenderking”.