Al-Bakhiti: Yemen will be liberated
A member of Ansar Allah Political Bureau, Muhammad Al-Bakhiti, affirms that the national ranks will be united in the face of any aggression to achieve Yemen's liberation.
A member of the Political Bureau of Ansar Allah Movement, Mohammad Al-Bakhiti, confirmed today, Monday, that "the liberation of Yemen is inevitably coming."
Al-Bakhiti pointed out that the only option left is to unify the national ranks in the face of any foreign aggression and to include everyone in Yemen's liberation, stressing his country's readiness for "peace that guarantees all Yemenis dignity and safety."
He added that the countries of aggression will not allow a Yemeni-Yemeni dialogue free of foreign interference and influences because it contradicts their interests.
Al-Bakhiti mentioned that the Islah party and the Muslim Brotherhood have no choice but to return to their homeland to preserve their presence in the future.
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Simultaneously, Saba news agency reported, citing a military source in Sanaa, that the forces of aggression committed 159 violations of the armistice in Yemen during the past 24 hours.
This comes after the armistice between the Saudi coalition and the Sanaa government entered into force at 7 pm last Saturday, local time and Al-Quds time.
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Under this truce, all land, air, and sea offensive military operations were to stop, according to the UN envoy to Yemen, Hans Grundberg.
However, Al-Bakhiti confirmed that the armistice was not reached until after the Yemeni strikes that hit deep inside Saudi Arabia.