Yemen’s combatants meet for third day of talks in Sweden


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RIMBO, Sweden (AP) — Yemen’s combatants are assembly for a 3rd day of talks in Sweden geared toward halting the nation’s catastrophic 4-year-old battle.

Each the internationally acknowledged authorities, which is backed by a U.S.-sponsored and Saudi-led coalition, and the Iran-aligned Houthi rebels say they’re striving for peace.

The Houthi delegation says talks have been divided into 5 most important sections, together with discussions on a political framework and the opening of Sanaa airport for help.

The talks opened Thursday on an upbeat observe, with the warring sides agreeing to a broad prisoner swap, boosting hopes that the talks wouldn’t deteriorate into additional violence as prior to now.

U.N. officers have sought to downplay expectations from the talks, saying they don’t foresee fast progress towards a political settlement.

The Related Press contributed to this report.

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