Sanaa: Next Yemen Hurricane will uproot aggressor countries
Sanaa's Prime Minister calls for the mobilization of capabilities to confront foreign aggression against Yemen.
The Prime Minister of Sanaa, Abdulaziz bin Habtoor, said the US-Saudi aggression has plunged Yemen into an "unparalleled" human tragedy, calling for the mobilization of all capabilities to strengthen unity at home.
In an extended meeting with the Ministry of Social Affairs, Bin Habtoor said the operation is a "message to the foreign entities conspiring against us and seeking to keep our country under siege through the Emirati and Saudi regimes," calling for "confronting those who try to tear the national ranks, and those working with Saudi and Gulf money targetting Yemeni unity."
He added, "We have to show our people the extent to which the conspiracy runs against our people and stand against media outlets that aim to divide Yemen internally, and we need to mobilize the masses of our people to the battlefronts, maintain our internal security, and confront the major conspiracy being waged against Yemen."
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Bin Habtoor stressed that the coming Operation Yemen Hurricane, which comes in the 8th year of aggression on Yemen, will devastate the countries that attacked Yemen and conspired and killed the Yemeni people with no mercy.
The campaign was launched yesterday in the Nihm district of Sanaa Governorate, with the aim of mobilizing and supporting the fronts defending Yemen.
The head of the Supreme Political Council in Yemen, Mahdi Al-Mashat, announced the launch of the Yemen Hurricane campaign, stressing that the Yemeni people will not stand idly by and will respond to all these crimes by all available means.