- According to a reprot by Sky News, the sides involved in the Yemen conclit may resume peace talks next week in Sweden. However, this report has not been confirmed by any official source so far. Meanwhile, the UN Security Council is discussing a possible resolution to support a peace process in the country.
- The Saudi-backed “Yemeni governent” continues to accuse the Houthis (also known as Ansar Allah) and its allies of fueling the humanitarian crisis and conducting variuos crimes in the country. These common accusations are a part of the Saudi-led propaganda campaign to justify its military actions in Yemen.
- While the “international community” is discussing a possible “peace” in Yemen, forces of the Saudi-UAE-led coalition continue to attack Houthi positions. Clahes are ongoing at the Wazeiyah crossroad. Coalition-led forces artillery shelled the Sanaa street, the Namadii mosque and Itihad Hotel in the Hudaydah. A Saudi airstrike also hit the Montaja Waha area.
- According to the UN’s World Food Programme, operations at the port of al-Hudaydah have nearly halved in two weeks. The shipping is decreasing because of the complicated security situation in the city, which is a target of constant attacks by the coalition.