Al-Houthi: Saudi aggression aims to reassure 'Israel'
Ansar Allah chief Sayyed Abdel Malek Al-Houthi discusses the importance of the Taiz governorate in repelling the aggression.
Abdel Malek Al-Houthi, the leader of Yemen's Ansar Allah movement, asserted on Wednesday that the Saudi-led coalition of aggression was besieging Taiz and all of Yemen's governorates, noting that "we aren't the ones besieging, we are the besieged."
During a meeting with dignitaries from Taiz, Al-Houthi stressed the movement's readiness to unblock roads in the service of citizens, and that they are even ready to do so as an initiative, even if there was no deal with the other side.
He further highlighted Taiz's role as a symbol of pride and steadfastness, as it was always at the forefront in repelling the aggression, which targeted it and the entirety of Yemen.
A few days ago, the Sanaa government expressed in the Amman talks its readiness to implement the initiative that it proposed, even if it was one-sided, in order to advance the negotiations, calling on the UN to send a committee to observe the reality of the situation in Taiz.
The Amman talks are sponsored by the UN Envoy to Yemen, Hans Grundberg, who said during the meeting that "the parties are fulfilling a commitment they made under the truce to work on an agreement that will reduce the suffering of Yemenis in Taiz and other governorates."
Al-Houthi: Those leading the normalization process with "Israel" are behind the aggression
During his talk, Al-Houthi discussed the matter of normalization with the Israeli occupation and noted that the Saudi-led aggression aims to reassure "Israel" of the role it can play in Yemen.
He further explained that those leading the process of normalization, partnership, and alliance with "Israel" are the ones behind the aggression on Yemen.
Noting the improvements made in Yemen's military-industrial sector, Al-Houthi said this sector would become one of the region's best.
Al-Houthi: Riyadh pleaded with countries around the world for air defense systems
The Ansar Allah leader points out that the priority, for now, is to confront the aggression, as the military threat is ongoing, and the aggression is currently readying itself to escalate in the future.
Yemen possesses long-range, high-precision missiles, which modern US technology has failed to intercept, he said. Saudi Arabia pleaded with countries around the world in search of any air defense systems that can intercept the Yemeni missiles, going so far as to beg "Israel" for systems.