A UN plan for redeployment in Hodeidah has been approved by Yemeni government

DUBAI: The Yemeni government said on Wednesday that it affirmed an UN plan for redeployment in Hodeidah, Al Arabiya announced.

The withdrawal from Hodeidah will be done under the supervision of UN checking advisory group and will start in the following 11 days.

The Houthi civilian army will pull back by 5 km, while the Yemeni government will pull back by 3.5 km south of the Red Sea Mills. This intends to tie down the section for alleviation laborers to the Red Sea Mills.

The UN said it had been unfit to get to the Red Sea Mills – which has enough grain to nourish 3.7 million individuals for a month – in Hodeida since Sept. a year ago.

Martin Griffiths and Michael Lollesgaard – who heads the checking mission – will manage the usage of the Stockholm understanding.

Lollesgaard guaranteed the Yemeni government that the Houthis will pull back 5 km far from Al-Saleef and Ras Eisa ports inside the following four days.

Government authorities are additionally expected to come back to their official posts in Hodeidah after the Houthi withdrawal.

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