A spokesman for the Yemeni Ansarullah movement said on Tuesday night that there should be no political action on the issue of carrying out Yemeni humanitarian ceasefire.

Iran PressMiddle East: Saudi Arabia, with the support of the United States, the United Arab Emirates, and several other countries, invaded Yemen in March 2015. The outbreak of war by Saudi Arabia and its allies in Yemen has so far killed tens of thousands and displaced millions of Yemenis. 

Mohammad Abdul Salam added: "Anyone who creates new conditions for a ceasefire is in fact obstructing the implementation of this ceasefire and the ceasefire in Yemen for the sake of humanitarian ends should not be politicized."

He said the ceasefire articles are clear and unambiguous, including the cessation of military operations, the opening of the port of Al-Hudaydah to a certain number of ships and the opening of Sanaa airport for two flights a week to Egypt and Jordan.

Raed Talib Jabal, deputy head of the Yemeni Civil Aviation and Meteorological Agency, had previously said that the aggressor coalition had refused to allow airlines to land at Sanaa airport.

According to a recent ceasefire agreement, supervised by the UN, between the Yemeni National Salvation Government in Sanaa and the Saudi coalition, 18 fuel carriers must enter Al-Hudaydah port and two flights from and to Sanaa airport must be allowed. 219