US ambassador visit to Hadhramout act of aggression: Ansar Allah
The Yemeni Ansar Allah movement comments on the US ambassador's visit to Hadharmout, calling it an act of aggression on Yemen.
The Yemeni Ansar Allah movement condemned on Wednesday the US ambassador's visit to the eastern Hadharmout Governorate in Yemen as an act of aggression aimed at the security and territorial integrity of the country.
"We strongly condemn the US ambassador's visit to the Hadharmout Governorate, and we consider it an act of aggression that falls within the aggressive agenda aimed at undermining the security, stability, and territorial integrity of Yemen," the Ansar Allah movement said in a statement following the visit.
"Countries such as the United States, which funds and supports the aggression on Yemen, can never think of reconciling with the Yemeni people," the statement added. "The Yemeni people strongly reject any US actions toward Yemen, whether declared or undeclared.
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The Yemeni resistance movement also called on the United States to "submit to the will of the Yemeni people and their right to independence without any mandate, stop the aggression, lift the embargo, and put an end to foreign interventions."
The Yemeni Armed Forces last month carried out a minor warning strike to prevent an oil ship that was trying to loot crude oil through the port of Al-Dabba in Hadhramout Governorate.
Yemeni Armed Forces spokesperson Brigadier General Yahya Saree warned all domestic and foreign companies to fully comply with the decisions of Sanaa and refrain from any contribution to the plundering of Yemeni wealth.
The statements came after Al Mayadeen correspondent confirmed earlier that an attack carried out by three drones on the port of Al-Dabba in Hadhramout, eastern Yemen, targeted an oil ship that was approaching the port to load oil.
Our correspondent stated that there were reports of two explosions in the port of Al-Dabba, east of the city of Mukalla, the capital of Hadhramout Governorate in eastern Yemen.
Yemeni local sources reported the closure of the road linking the cities of Mukalla and Al-Shahr, following the explosions that targeted the oil port of Al-Dabba.
The armistice in Yemen expired on October 2, and the Sanaa negotiating delegation held the Saudi-led coalition of aggression "responsible for the negotiations reaching a dead end due to their intransigence."
The head of the Sanaa negotiating delegation, Mohammad Abdul Salam, announced that "the truce has ended and was not extended due to the intransigence of the Saudi coalition toward the humanitarian demands and natural rights of the Yemeni people."