the Frames are ready for the big fångutväxlingen between the warring parties in the war in Yemen. It affects more than 15 000 persons, according to delegates from the regeringssidan and Huthirebellerna negotiating in Sweden.
Fångbytet is agreed previously and is part of the UN envoy, Martin Griffiths plan to build confidence between the warring parties.
Both sides have been given two weeks to revise the nominal lists. Then the gear ratio is accomplished in 45 days, according to sources in the ongoing negotiations on the Johannesbergs castle outside Rimbo in Uppland, where the TT on Tuesday got exclusive access to take pictures on the negotiating teams.
Regeringssidan have named 8 576 people and the rebels 7 687, according to the regeringsförhandlaren Boxes Zaeil. He also said to the AFP that the government demanded that the rebels surrender Ala Abdullah Saleh's body, the Yemeni's former president. Huthierna killed him since he had broken a fragile alliance with them in order to re-align themselves with the kingdom of saudi Arabia.
the Deliberations of the castle is now in its sixth day. The ends likely on Thursday, possibly on Friday.
That the talks would lead to a ceasefire is not likely, according to the Boxes Zaeil.
"I do not believe that we are not capable of achieving such progress in this round of talks," he said to AFP.
After the talks in Sweden, waiting for the continuation of consultations already in the beginning of next year. The date and place are not known.
the Opening of the airport in Sanaa, and fighting around the port city of al-Hudaydah and the big city of Taiz in the highlands are two heavy issues – if the parties could agree – would lead to the easing of the krigsplågade the country's population.
the Aggravation of nutritional deficiencies
the UN envoy, Griffiths met the media on Monday, He then wanted to not reveal how close the parties are in the many complex issues, but told me that it is very tight with meetings where detailed discussions are held. At the same time, he promised \\
After four years of war is roughly 14 million yemenis, half of the population, on the verge of mass starvation. The UN considers the situation in Yemen as the world's worst humanitarian disaster.
the International committee of the red cross (ICRC) said on Tuesday that the rate of undernutrition in the country has increased significantly over the past few months, writes Reuters.
Yemen, the Arab peninsula's tip, is the surface of something greater than Sweden. The country was formed when the North and Sydjemen agreed in 1990. The country has an estimated population of over 28 million inhabitants.
Yemen is one of the poorest countries in the Middle east, where most of the inhabitants live in rural areas and has made a living on farming or ranching. Oil and some extent natural gas have been important sources of income. Both the production of oil and the price of oil has fallen in recent years, with major implications for the economy.
Since the conflict between the Iranstödda Huthirebellerna and regeringssidan, which has the support of a saudiskledd alliance, intensified in 2015, the situation of the civilian population worsened dramatically. Food and medicines are missing, and the UN has described the situation in Yemen as the world's worst humanitarian disaster.
Source: Landguiden with several