The Houthi alliance has agreed to join the delayed peace talks on the Yemen conflict in Kuwait. The decision was made after the United Nations assured them that the Saudi-led coalition would abide by a ceasefire.
Representatives of the Houthis and the party of Ali Abdullah Saleh are to arrive in Kuwait Wednesday or Thursday.
The negotiations were scheduled on Monday, but only the Saudi-backed delegation showed up.
Representatives of the Houthi alliance stayed home to protest alleged cease-fire violations by the coalition-backed forces.
We remember, the Saudi-led coalition intervened in Yemen in 2015 in order to support Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi who claims to be a legitimate president of the country.
The Saudi intervention fueled expansion of Al Qaeda in the country: