Yemen govt says no peace talks with Houthis yet
Vice-President Khaled Bahah says talks possible only if Houthis hand over captured cities and arms
Yemeni government has ruled out possibility of holding peace talks with Houthi rebels.
The Yemeni Vice President Khaled Bahah said in a statement peace talks are not possible unless the Houthi rebels implement a United Nations Security Council resolution requiring them to quit cities and hand over captured arms.
Meanwhile, the United Nations has expressed the hope that all Yemeni parties, including Hadi's government and the Houthis would join talks in Geneva later this month to try an end to months of fighting.