Sanaa: US out to control oil, ports in Hadramout, Al-Mahrah
Sanaa PM Abdelaziz bin Habtour says the US ambassador's visit to the Hadramout and Al-Mahrah governorates is part of the US' constant efforts to gain control of Yemen's oil and ports.
Sanaa government Prime Minister, Abdelaziz Saleh bin Habtour, said that the occupation's schemes in occupied governorates must be confronted by the free men of those regions.
Bin Habtour lauded on Saturday the governors of Hadramout and Al-Mahrah for the "honorable model of resistance" being presented by the free sons of those regions and their sacrifices against the Saudi occupation and its projects in Al-Mahrah.
Bin Habtour also noted that the visit made by the US ambassador to Hadramout and Al-Mahrah days ago is a part of Washington's continuous efforts to control oil and ports in the south of Yemen and part of its western coast.
The PM discussed developments in the areas in question with the governors and highlighted that the US ambassador's visit denotes Washington's clear responsibility for the aggression, as part of its project to control Yemen's riches.
The Sanaa prime minister further emphasized the importance of supporting popular resistance in these governorates against the "neocolonial" schemes, in order to force the occupation to leave occupied Yemeni soil.