Xinhua News Agency, Kuwait City, February 24th Sana'a News: Masai TV, controlled by Yemen, Yemen, reported on the 24th that the Houthi armed forces will begin the implementation of the first phase of the withdrawal plan of the Hodda on the 25th.
Massila TV quoted Housei armed as an unnamed person as saying that under the mediation of the United Nations, the parties to the conflict should have begun to implement the first phase of the withdrawal plan of the Netherlands on February 19 and 20, but Because the Saudi Arabian side has not expressed its position on this plan, the parties agreed to postpone the implementation until the 25th.
The Araba TV station in Saudi Arabia confirmed the news on the same day, saying that the parties to the conflict will begin the implementation of the first phase of the withdrawal plan on the 25th.
The Governor of the Republic of Hosoda, Hassan Tahir, appointed by the Yemeni government, told Xinhua News Agency on the 24th that the Houthi army has been obstructing the implementation of the first phase of the withdrawal plan of the Netherlands. He called on Houthi to implement the plan as soon as possible, with a view to finally fully implementing the agreement reached by the parties to the conflict last December.
February 17, within the framework of the United Nations-led Redeployment Coordination Committee, the Yemeni government and the Houthi armed forces reached an agreement on the first phase of the withdrawal plan of the Netherlands and agreed in principle to the second phase of the withdrawal plan. According to reports, the first phase of the withdrawal plan included Houthi's evacuation of 5 kilometers from the port of the province of Hohada for transporting food and oil.
In September 2014, the Yemeni Houthi captured the capital Sana'a and later occupied the southern part of Yemen, forcing President Hardy to take refuge in Saudi Arabia. In March 2015, Saudi Arabia and other countries launched a military operation codenamed "Decisive Storm" against the Houthi armed forces. In December 2018, under the mediation of the United Nations, the Yemeni government and the Houthi armed forces reached an agreement on important issues such as the ceasefire of the Heida and the exchange of prisoners of war, but soon the two sides accused each other of undermining the ceasefire agreement.