Saudi capital Riyadh has been hosting meetings including those with members of the former ruling party in Yemen amid reports the international community is working hard to help Yemenis find a political solution to the crisis.
On Wednesday, the Saudi-led coalition said the military operation against the Houthi militants and dissident forces was over and the hope renewal process started.
The hope process is supposed to include a ceasefire by the Houthi militants and dissident forces loyal to ex-president, resumed talks between Yemeni factions and a start of rebuilding the country.
Observers said any talks over Yemen after the Arab military operation should begin after a halt to violence in all cities and after the Houthi militant group demonstrates its readiness to switch into a civilized political group and gives up all weapons.
Arab and foreign countries sponsoring talks or negotiations as a prelude to launch a Yemeni dialog are urged to learn from the past mistakes and bless only a helpful and applicable compromise this time, they said.
Countries are supposed to take into account that violence spread in Yemen after the Houthi group and the General People's Congress had violated all consensual deals and ignored the outcomes of the national dialog conference, observers said.
The group and the party chaired by ex-president Saleh were part of the transition process under the West-blessed Gulf Initiative for power transfer in the past four years.
Though they signed many deals with other Yemeni factions including the final document of the national dialog, which run from March 2013 to January 2014, they carried guns and declared all-out war against the others.
Moreover, it is very important to notice that the Houthi group is ignoring the UN resolutions so that any future solution prevents such a group from taking advantage of compromises to spoil everything easily in the end, they added.
The Houthi group receives support from Iran a matter which triggered observers to warn of engaging Iran directly or indirectly in deals over Yemen's future.
It is not a good idea to turn a blind eye to countries destabilizing other countries at daylight or engage them in negotiations over countries they destabilize under the pretext of peace or help, observers argued.
Reports said Iran has asked some countries to represent it at Yemen talks after Arab countries insisted it should not play in role in solving Yemen.
Arabs said Iran is part of the problem and then must not be part of the solution.
One key point that observers called other countries to address before sponsoring Yemen talks is justice.
Observers said the UN sanctions proved to be not enough to prevent stubborn factions from violence a problem which requires serving justice especially through ensuring trials for those responsible for recent violence.
Countries should admit that one of big mistakes within political compromises and initiatives is ignoring justice, observers said.
The Gulf Initiative signed in 2011 gave ex-president and his aides full immunity from prosecution and a 50% share in the next government.
Observers argued that Saleh was rewarded though Yemeni people took to streets to demand change, justice and his ouster.
Arabs and other countries should work now for the sake of the Yemeni people, they said, adding it is time to treat political groups based on their respect to the people's interests and commitment to national responsibilities first and forever.