She added that Washington considers allowing the entry of ships a step in the right direction, and stresses the need to take other steps, including reaching a comprehensive ceasefire, and also called on all parties to sit at the negotiating table.
Earlier, Yemeni Foreign Minister Ahmed Awad bin Mubarak confirmed that the legitimate government had brought a number of ships loaded with oil derivatives to the port of Hodeidah, despite arrogance and intransigence. Al Houthi militia Backed by Iran.
In statements published by the Saudi News Agency (SPA), Bin Mubarak said that the ships entered the port of Hodeidah despite the “failure of the Houthi militia to abide by the Stockholm Agreement related to the mechanism of using tax and customs resources to pay the salaries of employees in their areas of control, and plundering the funds allocated for that.”
The minister emphasized that the legitimate government will continue to monitor the humanitarian situation and carry out its duty to relieve its citizens.
He also said that the Iranian regime’s negative stance towards the Saudi initiative to end the crisis in his country aims to prolong its period in order to exhaust the countries of the region.
The Yemeni minister, during receiving a phone call from the British Minister of State for the Middle East and North Africa, James Cleverley, indicated the importance of the opportunity the initiative represents to end the crisis and achieve peace, and noted the wide international welcome for it.
The Yemeni Foreign Minister touched on the continuation of the Houthi aggression on the governorate Marib And targeting civilians and camps for the displaced with ballistic missiles, and he said that all that the militia reaps from this crisis is the loss of the lives of those who are deceived in its ranks and the complication of the humanitarian situation in Marib.
He stressed the need to increase the level of activity in humanitarian work in Marib, and called on international organizations to increase the pace of their work there and to put pressure on the Houthi militia to stop the aggression and respond to calls for peace.