Hodeidah ceasefire: UN monitors meet both sides in port city

Though a ceasefire has been in place in Hodeidah since December 18, both sides accuse each other of repeated violations.

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    A Yemeni government delegation is in the port city of Hodeidah to oversee the implementation of the ceasefire brokered with the Houthi rebels under the supervision of the United Nations.

    The warring sides are meeting face-to-face yet again as the UN is hosting talks as part of the latest efforts to end the over four-year-old conflict.

    A ceasefire in the city has been in place since December 18, but both sides accuse each other of violating it.

     

    Al Jazeera's Rob Matheson reports.


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