Houthis say next Yemeni peace talks could be held in Amman

Topic discussed on Sunday with UN envoy

07 January, 12:22

    ROME - Mohammed Ali Al Houthi, head of the Houthis' Supreme Revolutionary Committee in Yemen, said that the next round of peace talks to find a solution to the conflict in Yemen could take place in Amman, Jordan, according to pan-Arab broadcaster Al Arabiya.
    Al Houthi said the talks "could take place in Amman, which I discussed with the UN envoy", referring to Martin Griffiths, the UN special envoy for Yemen, who arrived in Yemen on Saturday to begin preparations for the next round of talks. Griffiths is also discussing the plan for application of the measures agreed upon in the December round of talks in Sweden.
    On Sunday, Griffiths also met with Houthi leader Abdelmalik Al Houthi and Houthi spokesman Mohammed Abdelsalam.

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