Yemeni political parties signed on Sunday a Peace and Partnership Agreement at the presidential palace in Sana'a, Saba reported.
The signing of this agreement was attended by President Abd-Rabbu Manasour Hadi, Parliament Speaker Yahya al-Rae'I, presidential advisors, UN advisor for Yemen affairs Jamal Binomar and representatives of the political parties including "Ansar Allah".
The signed Peace and Partnership Agreement is based on outcomes of the National Dialogue Conference.
During the event, President Hadi called on all concerned parties to immediately start implementing this Agreement.
"This agreement forms a way ahead towards implementing outcomes of the national dialogue conference and a win over all challenges which require all involved parties to execute it in an accurate way and to immediately end firing be it in the capital Sana'a or other governorates," Hadi said.
For his part, the UN Advisor for Yemen, Binomar, considered this agreement a crucial one to end the crisis and conflict.
He noted that the UN is looking for continuing cooperation with President Hadi and all the Yemeni political parties to bring success to the remaining steps of the transitional period in order to build a new Yemen.
Binomar urged all parties to commit themselves to items of the Agreement and cease fire to avoid bloodshed.