The head of the Yemeni Supreme Committee announced readiness to negotiate with Saudi Arabia and conclude an inclusive solution document for the war on Yemen.

Iran PressMiddle East: In an interview with BBC, a leading member in the Supreme Political Council Mohammed Ali al-Houthi reported the readiness of Sana'a to work for reaching an inclusive solution to stop the war on Yemen. 

"We have no restrictions or orders to be afraid of appearing in the media; We are ready to negotiate live with Saudi Arabia and the member states of the coalition led by Saudis, and to talk about the problems of Yemen and the problems of its people because of this aggression," al-Houthi noted. 

Announcing that there is a connection with the member states of the Saudi coalition, but it has not reached the level of negotiations, he added: "We want to establish communication so that the aggression against our country is stopped and we called for dialogue from the very first day". 

He went on to say that he was ready to go to Saudi Arabia to sign an inclusive solution document if Riyadh and its allies are prepared.


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