The Yemeni government, form specialized committees to study the UN envoy Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed map of an overall solution in Yemen.
Said Yemeni political sources of the Monte Carlo International, said the mediation and international pressure, forced the government side to take over the hybrid plan, and comments around in order to avoid international condemnation of the upcoming UN Security Council session.
The sources said the Yemeni government, formed three specialized committees to provide comprehensive notes about the internationalism of the road map in the political aspects, security, military, and legal.
In contrast, the Omani capital Muscat experiencing mobility diplomatically, regionally and internationally to pressure the rebels to accept a United Nations envoy, Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed plan, which is based on the group’s withdrawal and delivery of arms, and partnership in transition administration ends to hold presidential elections within a year.
A delegation rebels arrived alone, without allies in the Popular Congress Party to the Omani capital Muscat last weekend, for talks with Omani “and some of the parties in the international community officials to discuss the map provided by the United Nations,” according to statements of the official group’s spokesman Mohammed Abdul Salam.
This comes in conjunction with a visit scheduled to be launched by US Secretary of State John Kerry to Muscat on Monday, to discuss efforts to reach a peaceful settlement to the conflict in Yemen.
And it crashed into the hybrid road map explicitly rejected by President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi and his government, and kept full of rebels and their allies in the Popular Congress Party, before the two sides in recent days shows a degree of flexibility in dealing with it, under pressure from the major powers in the Security Council.
Britain’s permanent representative to the United Nations, Ambassador Matthew Rycroft and announced his country and all members of the UN Security Council support for the road map of internationalism, in order to find a political solution to the crisis of Yemen.
He said the British ambassador, told reporters at UN headquarters in New York, said that “Britain and the Security Council support the road map, and we encourage the UN envoy to engage with all parties, and we believe that an accurate and reasonable and balanced proposal.”
Field .. rallied the warring parties of their combat operations in an unprecedented manner during the last few hours at the border with Saudi Arabia, and in the battle fronts interior provinces of Jawf, Taiz.
Saudi media sources said Saudi forces carried out a broad sweep along the border strip, in the wake of infiltration attempts carried out by the Houthis and forces loyal to the former president in recent days toward the regions of Jizan and Najran.
For their part, the Houthis said the fall of the dead and wounded from the Saudi troops with artillery and rocket on gatherings of soldiers in the Saudi military sites in the border Jizan and Najran and Asir.
He spoke flags rebels killed 10 Saudi soldiers including an officer, in addition to the five elements of the Yemeni government forces in confrontations training camp in Najran.
To that announced by government forces for the casualties in the ranks of the rebels targeting military reinforcements were on their way to the fighters of the group and its allies in the departments of MIDI Harad border points with Saudi Arabia.
Violent battles also continued to trot Directorate major directorates of al-Jawf province and Sha’af east of the country, where government forces say they continue to progress toward the highway, which connects between Yemen and Saudi Arabia.
The government forces, announced on Friday the launch of large-scale military operation where it has the support of airline alliance to defeat the rebels and troops loyal to the former president of the eight strategic locations in the Directorate sprawling which occupies about 82 percent of the area of al-Jawf province.
There was sporadic fighting between rebels and forces loyal to the former