Saree: Resources of Saudi Arabia, UAE vs. resources of Yemen
The spokesperson for the Yemeni armed forces says the armed forces are capable of depriving the Saudi and Emirati regimes of their resources, just as they deprive the Yemenis of theirs.
The Yemeni armed forces gave Sunday oil companies operating in the UAE and Saudi Arabia an opportunity to arrange their matters and leave as long as the countries of the coalition of aggression are not committed to the armistice.
On Twitter, the spokesperson for the Yemeni armed forces, Brigadier General Yahya Saree, said, "The armed forces give oil companies operating in the UAE and Saudi Arabia an opportunity to organize their situation and leave," as long as the American-Saudi aggression countries are not committed to a truce that gives the Yemeni people the right to exploit their oil wealth in favor of the salary of the Yemeni state employees.
"Forewarned is forearmed," Saree warned.
The Brigadier General stressed that the Yemeni armed forces are capable of depriving the Saudi and Emirati regimes of their resources "as long as they insist on depriving our people of theirs."
1- As long as the American-Saudi aggression countries are not committed to a truce that gives the Yemeni people the right to exploit their oil wealth in favor of the salary of the Yemeni state employees,— Yahya Sare'e (@Yahya_Saree) October 2, 2022
Airports, ports, and oil companies of the countries of aggression in the crosshairs
On its part, the Supreme Political Council warned the shipping companies against heading to the oil companies in the countries of aggression to avoid imminent danger.
The Council added, "We warn the oil companies operating in the countries of aggression against continuing their work in the event of the continuation of the aggression and siege, and we assure the Yemeni people that the armed and security forces are able to defend and protect Yemen."
It said, "The Yemeni armed forces have the airports, ports and oil companies of the aggression countries in the crosshairs," adding, "Our armed forces will not stand idly by if the aggression and siege continue."
The Yemeni Supreme Political Council in Yemen stressed that "the countries of aggression must immediately end their aggression and siege."
It is noteworthy that the head of the Supreme Political Council in Yemen, Mahdi Al-Mashat, issued Saturday directives to send the final official letters to all companies and entities concerned with the looting of Yemeni sovereign wealth to completely stop looting.
On its part, the Supreme Economic Committee of the Sanaa government sent a notice to all companies and entities [demanding] that they permanently stop looting the Yemeni sovereign wealth, starting at 6 PM Sunday.
"Companies and entities shall bear full responsibility in the event of non-compliance," the Committee warned.
"The letters are based on the constitutional texts and Yemeni laws in force, in addition to the charters and treaties of the United Nations, especially Article No. 19 of the Yemeni constitution, which obligates the state and all members of society to protect and preserve national wealth," the Committee indicated.
A few days ago, Saree considered that foreign companies that plunder Yemen's wealth should take the warnings of the leader of the Yemeni Ansar Allah movement Sayyed Abdul-Malik Al-Houthi seriously.
The foreign companies that plunder our wealth should take the Revolution Leader's warning seriously,in the case that the salary and the rest of main points for the continuation of the truce are not agreed.— Yahya Sare'e (@Yahya_Saree) September 26, 2022
In a speech on the occasion of the anniversary of the September 21 Revolution, Al-Houthi mentioned that the coalition of aggression and traitors among the Yemeni people are plundering the Yemeni oil wealth and controlling the country's resources and wealth.
It is noteworthy that on August 4, the Yemeni news agency Saba reported that the Saudi-led coalition looted crude oil and gas revenues in Yemen, "equivalent to the salaries of all state employees for a period of 7 months."
Saree's statement comes a few hours after the expiration of the UN-brokered humanitarian and military truce that stipulates ceasing all offensive military operations in Yemen and across its borders.