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Quiet morning in the yemeni port city
"Quiet morning in the yemeni port city"

"Calm is reported to prevail in the yemeni port city of al-Hudaydah, after a ceasefire entered into force at midnight local time."

"the Ceasefire should be monitored by a group with representatives from both sides."

" It has been absolutely quiet since the clock 03 yemen time in al-Hudaydah, according to a militärkälla, loyal to the government, for the AFP."

"Even the residents of the city say that during the morning not been a few battles between the saudiskstödda government and Huthirebellerna."

"port city on the Red Sea is very important for Yemen, because a large part of transport in the war-torn country is going the way."

"It is unclear whether the calm is only temporary, or an actual effect of the cease-fire that was in the settlement that was concluded in Sweden in the last week. The ceasefire is supposed to be followed by all of the forces are withdrawn."

"In the weekend it was reported about the air raids and clashes, but representatives of the warring parties then announced that the ceasefire would only start on Tuesday."

"In the settlement that was concluded in Sweden, it was said that the fighting would cease immediately, but the delay of a few days were necessary for operational reasons, according to the UN."

"The warring parties have agreed to meet again at the end of January to develop a framework for the negotiation of a comprehensive peace agreement."

"A committee with members from both sides will soon start monitoring the settlement are followed, therefore, that the ceasefire continues and that the forces then pulled back both from the city and from the port."

"the Group – led by the united nations – will begin to work within 24 hours, according to a UN spokesperson on Tuesday."

"– Both sides have publicly said that they will stick to a ceasefire, " says the spokesperson."

"It is thought that the committee every week to report on progress to the UN security council."

"Yemen is one of the poorest countries in the Middle east. 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."

"The wave of popular protests that broke out in the arab world in early 2011 spread to Yemen. At the end of the year, president Ali Abdullah Saleh from power and was succeeded in 2012 by his vice-president Abd Rabbu Mansur Hadi."

"Huthirebellerna felt discriminated against by the central government and the 2014 besieged the capital, Sanaa, to get through their demands for increased influence. They got the support of Saleh and increased the pressure further in early 2015. President Hadi fled to the port city of Aden and later to saudi Arabia."

"In march 2015, I began a saudiskledd military alliance flygbomba rebellmål. Since then, 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."

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