Yemeni foreign minister says seven-day ceasefire is renewable if Houthis abide by it

By REUTERS
December 9, 2015 22:48

 
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DOHA - Yemeni Foreign Minister Abdel-Malek al-Mekhlafi said that a seven-day ceasefire expected to start with peace talks next week would be renewed if the Houthis abided by it, according to an interview broadcast on Wednesday.

"The truce is for seven days subject to automatic renewal provided that the Houthis abide by it," Mekhlafi said in an interview broadcast by the Doha-based al-Jazeera television.

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