Yemen’s Ansarullah movement has rejected talks on Saudi soil pointing that Riyadh is no mediator but a party in the aggression.
In a statement the movement says it would welcome talks to discuss a peaceful settlement if the venue is in a neutral country, and the priority is lifting the arbitrary restrictions on Yemen’s ports.
The Persian Gulf Cooperation Council had invited the Yemenis to talks.
A high ranking Ansarullah official and a member of Yemen’s Supreme Political Council Mohammed Ali al-Houthi says the Saudis and its regional allies should be ashamed for their actions and put an end to the current fuel crisis that has resulted in the suffering of the Yemeni people.
For nearly seven years Yemen has been facing a deadly Saudi-led onslaught aimed at reinstalling a Riyadh allied government.