El enviado especial de las Naciones Unidas para Yemen, Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed, dijo el lunes que recientemente se reunió con Ansaralá y los líderes del Congreso Popular General, y ambas partes acordaron conversaciones en la capital jordana de Ammán sobre la formación de un comité de alto el fuego previo a las conversaciones de paz auspiciadas por la ONU a finales de este año, informó la red de noticias de televisión al-Mayadeen, en lengua árabe con sede en el Líbano.

Fuentes yemeníes dicen que las conversaciones sobre el comité de alto el fuego durarán una semana, y asistirán expertos de la ONU además de representantes del movimiento Ansaralá y el ex-régimen yemení respaldado por Arabia Saudí de al-Hadi que regresará a Arabia Saudí una vez que se llegue a un acuerdo de tregua en Ammán.

El enviado de la ONU dijo anteriormente que las conversaciones en Jordania tratarán los aspectos técnicos del comité del alto el fuego, y los temas políticos quedarán excluidos de las próximas negociaciones.

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