Yemen rivals meet on board vessel for talks on Hodeidah pullback
Under Stockholm ceasefire deal, Houthi and government representatives are tasked with withdrawing forces from key city.
Under the auspices of a United Nations committee, representatives from Yemen‘s government and Houthi rebels are scheduled to meet for a second day on Monday on board a ship to discuss a plan to pull out forces from the key port city of Hodeidah, as well as a ceasefire deal.
The meetings, which were last held in February, kicked off on Sunday at the Antarctic Dream vessel in the Red Sea, some 30km off Hodeidah on Yemen’s western coast.
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Security and Risk Report 29/03/23
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