As part of these agreements, the executive accepted the beginning of a truce in April, which has been extended every two months since then, the official stressed during a ministerial meeting of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, held on the sidelines of the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly.
He recalled that the authorities approved the reopening of Sana’a international airport and the port of Hodeibah, both controlled by the Houthi militias.
The dock is essential for entering basic products into the country, such as food and oil.
However, he criticized the rebels for refusing to reopen roads and areas blocked by their forces.
Bin Mubarak stressed that the Presidential Leadership Council, a collegial body that leads the country, would work to end the conflict.
The war in Yemen began in 2014 when Houthi rebels took up arms and occupied large swathes of the country, including Sana’a, its capital.