HAJJAH, Jan. 06 (Saba) – The efforts of the presidential committee charged with resolving the conflict between the Houthis and Salafis in Harad of Hajjah province reached Monday a binding agreement between the conflicted parties to cease fire and end the tension.
The agreement includes number of terms call for the commitment of both parties to end the armed confrontation and withdraw their gunmen from the sites and points they stationed in, and leaving these sites for the military and security units to offer the required security protection for citizens.
The agreement also included an obligation from both sides to open the roads from Harad to Saad'a and not to hinder the citizens' movement, as well as returning the gunmen to their areas and villages and the situation as it was before the events of armed confrontations between them.
An official source at the committee told Saba that the agreement's terms would be under implementation during the coming twenty-four hours, considering this step as an important one towards ending the fighting and returning to the normal conditions.
It is worth to mention that the committee has started on Sunday its field tasks in Harad and met with high-ranking military and security officers to discuss solutions to address the tension in the region, and in the light of that the ceasefire agreement has been signed.
The committee hailed the interaction of both sides to put an end to all armed clashes and returning the security and stability to the region and facilitate the movement of citizens in roads without any hindrance.
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