We have planes that know their destination despite air ban: Al-Houthi
Yemeni Ansar Allah renews its threat to resume operations against the countries of aggression if humanitarian and sovereign demands are not met.
The Ansar Allah movement in Yemen renewed on Thursday its threat to resume operations against the countries of aggression. The new statement comes after the coalition of aggression refused to pay employees' salaries in areas governed by Sanaa and to lift restrictions on outlets operated by its government, in exchange for extending the UN-backed truce.
Member of the Supreme Political Council in Yemen, Mohammad Ali Al-Houthi, commented on the UN Security Council expressing concern regarding the threats of the Sanaa government in a Tweet, "We have planes that know their destination despite the air ban."
لدينا طائرات تعرف وجهتها— محمد علي الحوثي (@Moh_Alhouthi) October 5, 2022
رغم الحظر الجوي#التطرف_بيان_مجلس_الامن
The threats of the senior official in Ansar Allah followed a statement issued by the UN Security Council that described the movement's requirements for extending the truce in Yemen as "extremist".
Al-Houthi criticized the UNSC statement on Twitter stating that "it is not extremism to lift the siege on Yemen, it is not extremism to hand over the salaries of employees from oil revenues, and it is not extremism to lift the ban on travelers to Sanaa airport from all destinations. What actually amounts to extremism is the UNSC the statement."
ليس تطرفا فك الحصار عن اليمن— محمد علي الحوثي (@Moh_Alhouthi) October 5, 2022
وليس تطرفا تسليم رواتب الموظفين من عائدات النفط
وليس تطرفا رفع الحظر عن المسافرين الى مطار صنعاء من جميع الوجهات
Deputy FM Al-Azzi confirms that Sanaa's conditions are "not impossible" in response to the US envoy
The Deputy Foreign Minister of the Sanaa government, Hussein Al-Azzi, stressed on Wednesday that, contrary to what the US envoy Tim Lenderking is saying, the conditions of Sanaa are not difficult nor impossible.
On his Twitter account, Al-Ezzi said that "the coalition of aggression and the international community are used to taking away our rights until they thought that we are a people without rights and that our national wealth is the private property of those who sell their homeland on the sidewalk, and this is not true," stressing that, "respecting our people's rights is the basis of crossing towards peace."
In an interview for Al Mayadeen Wednesday, the member of the Ansar Allah Political Bureau, Muhammad Al-Bakhiti, confirmed that Sanaa "has achieved development in the field of naval missiles," highlighting their "effective role in resolving the battle in the event that the siege is not lifted."
Al-Bakhiti added that "the countries of aggression prevent ships from entering Yemen by force of arms," stressing that the Yemeni forces "will respond in a similar way," stressing that the Yemeni forces have "the ability and the audacity to strike the Saudi and Emirati oil facilities," and reiterating that this will happen "in the event that their demands are not met."
"The leaders of Saudi Arabia, the UAE, and America know how serious we are in needing to achieve our demands," he added.
On Tuesday, Yemeni Armed Forces Spokesperson Yahya Saree called on investors in Saudi Arabia and the UAE to “move their investments to another country,” stressing that “investment in the UAE and Saudi Arabia is risky.”
Investor brother.— Yahya Sare'e (@Yahya_Saree) October 4, 2022
You must transfer your investment from an aggressor country to a less risky one in order to prevent further losses. Examples of such countries include the #UAE and #Saudi Arabia.
The chance is available.
Adding in another tweet, "If the Saudi and Emirati coalition continues to deny our Yemeni people access to their resources, our military forces can, with God's help, deprive them of their resources."
If the Saudi and Emirati coalition continue to deprive our Yemeni people access to their resources, our military forces can, with God's help, deprive them of their resources, so the one who started the aggression is the most unfair.— Yahya Sare'e (@Yahya_Saree) October 2, 2022
The Supreme Economic Committee in Sanaa also announced it is still sending final letters to companies involved in looting the sovereign wealth, in order to stop looting, in implementation of the directives of the President of the Supreme Political Council, Mahdi Al-Mashat.
It is noteworthy that the truce between Sanaa and the Saudi coalition has not yet been renewed, despite the fact that it expired on October 2.
Over the past seven years, Yemen has been the target of ongoing aggression led by the Saudi coalition. Over 46,000 died as a result of the aggression, among which are 4017 children, 2434 women, and 11,283 men, while the number of wounded reached 28,528 wounded, including 4,586 children, 2,911 women, and 10,032 men.