The UN Envoy to Yemen Martin Griffiths said he would present a detailed settlement plan in Yemen in the next round of talks.
“We hope that the Yemeni parties will agree to hold a new round of negotiations at the beginning of the year,” Griffiths said.
“We are also working to close the gap in the positions of the two parties on the dispute over the airport,” he added during a post-talks press conference.
Griffiths said that aiming for a road map for a solution in Yemen was very important and that they were approaching a breakthrough in the Yemeni negotiations being held in Sweden.
“We are working on an agreement on Yemen, not just deals,” he said.
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