The head of the Yemeni Supreme Revolution Committee said that the Ansarullah movement had not received any written or official initiative from Saudi Arabia, and stressed that if it receives such an initiative, it would review and respond.

Iran Press/Middle East: In an interview with Russia Today, Mohammed Ali al-Houthi said: "If Saudi Arabia is serious about the initiative, let it make realistic decisions and start doing so without exchanging a humanitarian side with any other side, neither the military nor anything else."

Noting that the Saudi regime misleads the public, he said that while the international law bans the use of blockade as a weapon, yet the Saudis did use it and the international community admired them for an initiative that was not still received.

"If they sign the comprehensive solution document that we have presented, the world will confirm that we ourselves make our decision, no one else," he stressed, adding that Ansarullah welcomed the reconciliation of the Persian Gulf's Arab states and called for the unification of the Arabs. 

Saudi Arabia with the support of the United States, the United Arab Emirates, and several other countries, has been invading and besieging Yemen since March 2015.

The outbreak of war by Saudi Arabia and its allies in Yemen has killed tens of thousands and has made millions of Yemenis homeless. 219