KUWAIT, April 28 (KUNA) -- The Yemeni parties renewed, during direct sessions of peace negotiations Thursday, their commitment to responding positively to proposals of UN Secretary General's Special Envoy for Yemen Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed aiming to resolve the country's crisis peacefully.
Following the talks, the Yemeni government delegation said in a statement that it submitted a proposal to the UN envoy on the withdrawal of the armed group from the areas, handing over weapons and forming security committees.
The delegation discussed during today's talks key points of the proposed paper, the statement added, noting that some issues were also discussed with the envoy, mainly urgent economic measures to revive the country's economy.
The delegation renewed also its commitment to abide by the code of ethics in media and the peaceful option as the only solution to outstanding issues.
Two papers are prepared on how the Yemeni government's vision address security and political issues in the upcoming period, it said.
The delegations will return to the negotiating table on Saturday, while they hold meetings and fulfil papers on Friday, the statement pointed out. (Pickup previous)