Al-Bukhaiti: UAE reduced ops in Yemen due to operations against it
Member of the Political Council of the Ansar Allah movement confirms that the Yemeni operations led to the reduction in the number of Saudi-led aggression victims.
The member of the Yemeni Ansar Allah Movement's Political Council, Mohammed al-Bukhaiti, confirmed Friday the continuation of operations against "the enemy's oil installations."
In an interview for Al Mayadeen, al-Bukhaiti emphasized that the operations achieved many goals and led to a reduction in the number of victims of Saudi-led aggression, noting that the aggression countries have become exposed to Yemeni strikes.
Al-Bukhaiti pointed out that the UAE has reduced its operations as a result of the Yemeni operations against it, explaining that Yemen does not target civilians, and the countries of aggression were unable to prove their allegations in this regard.
The Ansar Allah official affirmed that the sensitive sites will be added to the Yemeni targets, indicating that the aggression countries are aware of the sensitive sites that were previously targeted, reiterating that they will be re-targeted.
He also made clear that Yemenis possess the courage and the will to target any goal to defend themselves, explaining that the Yemeni operations have nothing to do with any international development, especially the current events in Ukraine.
Al-Bukhaiti stressed that tightening the siege on Yemenis will push tens of thousands of them to the fighting fronts.
Earlier, the Spokesperson for the Yemeni Armed Forces, Brigadier General Yahya Saree announced the implementation of the Yemeni Operation Break Siege I inside Saudi Arabia in response to the escalation and siege of the Saudi-led coalition.
The Saudi Press Agency reported that a drone targeted an oil refinery in the Saudi capital, Riyadh, on Thursday morning.