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BBC Yemen Update, page-3

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    The level of cooperation being shown by both sides is very encouraging. News today shows things progressing well over night.

    From Gulf News overnight:

    Kuwait: Yemen’s warring parties are sending conciliatory signals ahead of UN-backed talks starting on Monday, in a rare sign of mutual willingness to end a year-old conflict that has caused one of the world’s worst humanitarian crises.
    A deal may help defuse tensions between Iran and Saudi Arabia, who are allied to opposing sides in Yemen.
    “We are ready for a political transition which excludes no one ... The world now looks to the Kuwait consultations as a landmark of peace for Yemenis, and we will give everything we can to alleviate the suffering of the people,” Foreign Minister Abdul Malek Al Mekhlafi, from the Yemeni government now based in Aden, told state news agency Saba.
    Mohammad Abdul Salam, spokesman for the Al Houthi militia, which controls Sana’a, appeared conciliatory in an interview with Kuwaiti newspaper Al-Rai on Saturday.
    “There should be a consensus authority during a definite transitional phase to decide every political dispute,” he was quoted as saying. “Iran does not have any role in our sovereign decisions and we are not tools in anyone’s hands.”
 
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