We will wage a decisive battle if negotiations fail: Ansar Allah
A member of the Ansar Allah political bureau says negotiations with Riyadh may not succeed, and the movement will have to wage a decisive battle to end the aggression.
The Yemeni Ansar Allah movement on Wednesday warned that it will wage a decisive battle to end the operations of the Saudi coalition and lift its restrictions imposed on Yemen, in the event that the ongoing Oman-mediated negotiations with Riyadh fail.
On Twitter, Mohammad Al-Bukhaiti, a member of the Ansar Allah political bureau, pointed out that "the negotiations may not succeed, and we will have to wage a decisive battle to end the aggression."
"Therefore, we advise our Yemeni brothers who are still on the side of the enemy to prepare to join the ranks" of Ansar Allah along the lines of contact and enable the movement to quickly resolve the battle, Al-Bukhaiti said.
The Yemeni official pointed out that the US presence in Yemen is an extension of the operations of the Saudi coalition, indicating that the reality of the aggression has become clear to everyone.
Elsewhere, Al-Bukhaiti highlighted that the scenes of the US and British forces roaming the provinces controlled by the coalition, behind the backs of those fighting on the side of the enemy, are no longer hidden from anyone.
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Ansar Allah: We will not allow Americans to remain on Yemeni soil
In the same context, Ali Al-Qahoum, a member of the political bureau of the Yemeni Ansar Allah movement, affirmed on Tuesday that the movement "will not allow the Americans to stay on any inch of Yemeni soil," stressing that Ansar Allah will put an "end to the reasons they use as a pretext to remain in Yemen."
In a statement to Yemeni Al-Masirah TV, Al-Qahoum said, "The US-British military presence in Bab Al-Mandab and on Yemeni territory is a threat to the entire region."
The US "seeks to impose hegemony to achieve its strategic interests," he said, stressing that the Yemeni people "will not allow them to tamper with the security of international navigation."
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Sanaa denounces US presence in Al-Mahrah, says does not serve peace
On Sunday, the Council of Ministers in the Sanaa government condemned the US, UK, and Saudi Arabia's presence in the Al-Mahrah Governorate, due to the aggression, blatant occupation, and violation of the sovereignty of the Republic of Yemen it represents.
It stressed that the continued direct presence of the US, UK, and Saudi forces in Al-Mahrah and the rest of the occupied provinces serves neither the efforts to establish peace in Yemen nor regional and international security and stability.
The Council's statement came two days after the visit of the Commander of the US Fifth Fleet and the Combined Maritime Forces, Brad Cooper, and the US Ambassador to Yemen, to the governorate of Al-Mahrah.
A few days ago, the leader of the Ansar Allah movement, Sayyed Abdul-Malik Al-Houthi revealed that Washington had established military bases in the governorates of Hadhramout and Al-Mahrah in eastern Yemen.
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