Ready to respond to any aggression from coalition or its agents: Sanaa
The Minister of Defense in the Sanaa government says the Yemeni army has the full ability to target the geographical depth of the countries of aggression.
The Minister of Defense in the Sanaa government, Major General Mohammad Al-Atifi, confirmed on Sunday the readiness of the Yemeni armed forces to deal decisively with any hostile operations, whether by the coalition of aggression or its agents.
In a report presented to the Council of Ministers during its regular meeting, Al-Atifi said that "the aggressors are currently arranging their situation, preparing for the continuation of their aggression, and establishing their presence in the governorates, regions, and islands under the Saudi-Emirati occupation."
The Yemeni Minister stressed that "the Yemeni army has the full ability to benefit from its striking capabilities in confronting the aggressors and to target the geographical depth of the countries of aggression and the vital and sensitive installations."
SABA news agency reported that the Council of Ministers, chaired by Prime Minister Abdulaziz bin Habtoor, reviewed the topics included in its agenda, including those related to the integrated confrontation path of the aggression coalition, as well as responsible engagement with any sincere efforts to make an honorable peace for the Yemeni people.
Deputy Prime Minister for Security and Defense Affairs, Lieutenant General Jalal Al-Ruwaishan, pointed out that Sanaa's positions are clear and indicative of engaging in any political dialogues that lead to achieving a just, comprehensive, and honorable peace for all the Yemeni people.
According to Al-Ruwaishan, Sanaa's demands are mainly based on the legitimate demands of the Yemeni people, namely: paying the salaries of employees from Yemeni oil and gas revenues, as well as opening Sanaa airport, lifting the siege on Al-Hudaydah ports, and ending any foreign presence on Yemeni territory.
The Yemeni official indicated that Sanaa is fully aware of the dangers of the continuation of the no-war-no-peace state in light of the aggressors arranging their cards, not to mention their willingness to continue their aggression and the strengthening of their occupation presence.
Al-Ruwaishan praised the mediation efforts of the Omani delegation that arrived in Sanaa as well as their sincere and commendable endeavor in the path of communicating with the coalition of aggression in order to reach an honorable and just peace in Yemen and the region as a whole.
The Council of Ministers held the coalition of aggression responsible for all the consequences resulting from its insistence on continuing its aggression, blockade, and occupation of Yemeni lands, regions, and islands.
It also affirmed that the revolutionary leadership, the Supreme Political Council, the Salvation Government, and all state institutions are experiencing the pain of the Yemeni people and their great suffering from the blockade and deprivation of their natural wealth.
This comes more than two and a half months after the expiration of the six-month UN truce in Yemen that started in early April and ended in October without renewal after the coalition failed to abide by its commitments and continued its siege and war acts against Yemen.
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