After the end of the consultations of the official delegation of Oman in Sana'a, the capital of Yemen, the hopes to reach a ceasefire agreement in this country grew stronger.

Iran PressMiddle East: Oman's official delegation left Sana'a today, Sunday, after three days of negotiations with the officials of the Ansarullah Movement and the National Salvation Government of Yemen.

Abdul Malik al-Ajri, a member of Ansarullah's negotiating team, said: "Preparations are underway for the next round of negotiations, and we are trying to make this round of negotiations decisive to end the suffering of the Yemeni people."

President of the Supreme Political Council, Mahdi Al-Mashat, on Sunday lauded the Sultanate of Oman’s efforts to achieve peace in Yemen, despite the Saudi-led coalition countries’ intransigence.

This came during his meeting earlier today with the delegation of the Sultanate of Oman at the Presidency House in Sanaa, before its departure.

Al-Mashat emphasized that continuing the current situation, in which the people of Yemen live in light of the war and all manifestations of siege and starvation, and transferring the humanitarian entitlements represented by paying the salaries of all state employees, re-opening Sanaa International Airport, and removing all restrictions imposed on the ports of Hodeida to a topic of negotiation, is no longer acceptable. 219