The Sultanate of Oman is the only country capable of this. A Yemeni journalist comments on Saudi Arabia’s initiative A nation is tweeting out of tune

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The Yemeni journalist and correspondent of Al-Jazeera TV, Samir Al-Nimri, said that the Sultanate of Oman is the only country in the world that has positive relations with all Yemeni parties, and that it is the key state capable of ending the Yemen war, as he described it.

Samir Al-Nimri, in his tweet on Twitter, was monitored by (Watan) without the text: “To be realistic, the Sultanate of Oman is the only country in the world that owns. Positive relations with all Yemeni parties. It is thus qualified to be the pivotal destination to end the war in Yemen. ”

Yemeni journalist Samir Al-Nimri stressed that Muscat has been on positive neutrality since the beginning of the war and has not participated in the Saudi-led coalition.

Head to Muscat

In another tweet, Samir Al-Nimri clarified that if the international community is serious and sincere about ending the war and starting the dialogue, it should go to Muscat.

And to provide all the necessary support to it in order to recover the situation and invite the influential parties, whether internal or external countries that support the Yemeni parties. According to the Yemeni journalist.

The solution is in Muscat

It is noteworthy that, as soon as Saudi Arabia announced a new initiative to end the war in Yemen yesterday, Monday, the branding of the solution in Muscat topped the trend list on the site. Twitter in the Sultanate of Oman in particular and the Gulf countries in general.

Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan said in a press conference that the initiative comes in cooperation with the United Nations and American envoys and the Sultanate of Oman.

Mughridoun emphasized that the Omani policy throughout history has proven to be the correct approach for those who want lasting peace.

The Omani tweeters expressed their pride in their country, which has always been a mediator of peace, given the world’s confidence in Omani diplomacy.

A new Saudi initiative to end the war in Yemen

Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan said yesterday, Monday, that The Saudi Initiative Calls for a comprehensive ceasefire in Yemen. Under the supervision of the United Nations.

He stressed that the ceasefire will be implemented immediately upon the Houthis’ approval of the initiative.

According to the initiative, the Saudi-Emirati coalition will allow the reopening of Sanaa Airport to a specified number of direct regional and international destinations.

The initiative also includes easing the blockade of the port of Hodeidah on the western coast, and depositing tax revenues from the port into a bank account. Subscriber to the Central Bank.

The Saudi Foreign Minister returned to say that the Kingdom hopes that the Houthis will respond to the initiative, “to preserve Yemeni blood and to address the humanitarian crisis.”

He indicated that the initiative includes the re-launch of political talks to end the Yemen crisis, and said that he expects the United States to support the initiative and work with Riyadh to make it a success.

Al-Houthi responds .. Nothing new!

On the other hand, a spokesman for the Houthi group, Muhammad Abdul Salam, said that the Saudi initiative does not contain anything new.

In statements to Al-Jazeera, he added, “We cannot accept a ceasefire while swapping us out for the humanitarian side.”

Abdul Salam affirmed that the Houthis “are ready to go to a political dialogue after Saudi Arabia stops the war and lifts the siege.”

He pointed out that the terms of the initiative were previously discussed in talks with the United Nations envoy to Yemen, Martin Griffiths.

Middle East Eye: Amman’s Diplomacy May End the Yemen War

The British Middle East Eye website published a report in early March, in which it talked about the efforts of the Sultanate of Oman to end the Yemen war.

He pointed to the existence of what he called dynamics that would create a state of solidarity necessary to solve the crisis in Yemen.

The British site also said in its report, that the Sultanate of Oman has built a high diplomatic stature for itself in the war-torn Yemen by playing games. The role of a bridge between the warring factions.

And after Oman completely abstained from engaging in hostilities against Houthi fighters. Muscat enjoys a healthy relationship with the group that controls. On land that covers about 70 percent of Yemen’s population.

Muscat’s view of the Houthis also differs from other Gulf Arab states, a deal that has resulted in a gradual building of mutual trust.

The British website quoted an Omani diplomat in Washington as saying that the Sultanate maintains the same distance from all Yemeni parties.

Therefore, the Sultanate calls on all parties to rally around the table of constructive dialogue in order to reach a peaceful and consensual solution to the ongoing conflict.

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