Yemeni government, Al Houthis meet over Hodeida
UN-sponsored talks focus on forming panel for overseeing a faltering truce deal
Dubai: Representatives of the Yemeni government and Iran-allied Al Houthi militants were meeting Monday aboard a UN ship in the Red Sea to discuss a mechanism for enforcing a long-faltering truce in the western province of Hodeida, the Dubai-based television Al Arabiya reported.
The talks, which started Sunday off western Yemen, focus on forming a permanent joint committee for a ceasefire in Hodeida and operating a joint operation centre in the port area, the television added.
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