SANA'A, Jun. 11 (Saba) - The delegation of the Omani Royal Office left the capital Sana'a on Friday afternoon, accompanied by head of the national negotiating delegation Mohammed Abdul Salam.
Mohammed Abdul Salam al-Salam explained that the Omani delegation held a series of meetings, including the General Staff, the Coordination and Redeployment Committee in Hodeida, and social and political figures from Marib, during which the various situations in Yemen were discussed.
"Everyone presented to the brotherly Omani delegation a possible vision for ending the aggression and lifting the siege imposed on Yemen, starting with the humanitarian operation," he said, pointing out that the Yemeni vision focused on the humanitarian operation and the subsequent steps it requires that lead to security and stability in Yemen and neighboring countries.
The head of the national delegation stated that the vision presented in the humanitarian, political and military file is serious, responsible and direct, hoping that these efforts will lead to good and peace.
"We are returning today to the Sultanate of Oman to complete these discussions and support the efforts it is making," he added, noting that discussions with the international community will be completed to reach what could lead to a solution.