A Houthi delegation is set to carry out negotiations in Saudi Arabia on Friday, in the first such visit by the Iran-backed group since its coup in Yemen.
An Omani plane carrying a 10-member Houthi delegation and five officials from mediator Oman headed towards the Saudi capital, AFP reported on Thursday.
The Kingdom wanted to resume its and Oman's efforts to "reach a permanent and comprehensive ceasefire in Yemen and a sustainable political solution acceptable to all Yemeni parties," the Saudi Press Agency said.
Reuters also said the discussions included paying salaries of the Yemeni employees, opening airports and ports falling under Houthi control, and reconstruction leading to a comprehensive political solution.
Saudi Arabia launched an initiative to resolve the Yemeni crisis in 2021.
According to observers, the continuation of talks reflects Riyadh’s keenness on a political solution in Yemen.