Al-Bakhiti: Pumping more oil to global market is up to Yemen
Member of the Political Council of Ansar Allah Movement Muhammad Al-Bakhiti stresses that the coalition is required to stop their aggression, stop the siege, and withdraw their forces from Yemen.
Member of the Ansar Allah Movement's political council Muhammad al-Bakhiti said that "the Tel Aviv operation is a message to the occupation," and called on the Israelis "to think again and know for a fact that they are a functional entity that serves American interests."
Al-Bakhiti stressed in an interview with Al Mayadeen on Wednesday that the siege of Yemen is a military one and its continuation is considered a continuation of military action, which means the strikes against the countries of aggression will continue.
He explained that the countries of aggression must end their aggression, stop the siege, and withdraw their forces from Yemen, noting that "Saudi Arabia knows that Ansar Allah will not agree to participate in the call for dialogue in Riyadh."
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Al-Bakhiti considered that the President of the Supreme Political Council in Yemen, Mahdi Al-Mashat's initiative, is "just, equitable and achieves peace," and added: "We have not received positive signs from the Saudi, and Riyadh's initiative aims to circumvent President Al-Mashat's initiative."
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Al-Mashat announced the suspension of all military actions towards Saudi Arabia for three days, and is ready to turn this announcement into a final and firm commitment, if the conditions are met.
A member of the Ansar Allah movement's political council said that everyone realized that the decision to pump more oil into the global market was no longer in the hands of Saudi Arabia and the UAE, but rather in the hands of Yemen.
Al-Bakhiti said earlier today that "the announcement of the Saudi coalition to stop military operations is meaningless if the siege on Yemen is not lifted."
The Saudi coalition announced yesterday the suspension of military operations in Yemen starting at 6 a.m. this morning, and stated that "the cessation of military operations inside Yemen comes to make the consultations successful and create a positive environment for peacemaking."