Yemen warns UAE through Dubai Expo 2020
Yemeni Armed Forces spokesperson Yahya Saree warns the United Arab Emirates through a tweet about Dubai Expo 2020.
Yemen continues to send messages of deterrence to the countries participating in the war on Yemen as part of the Saudi-led coalition, the latest of which was sent by Yemeni Armed Forces spokesperson brigadier-general Yahya Saree via Twitter.
"#Expo... With us, you could lose... we advise you to change your destination???" Saree said on Twitter.
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Yemeni Sanaa government Information Minister Dhaif-Allah al-Shami posted the tweet as well.
So did the undersecretary of the Yemeni ministry of information Nasreddine Amer, quote tweeting the tweet, adding the caption: "It seems that Dubai is more beautiful... will our forces participate in the expo, especially that they have what is worth showcasing?"
The head of the Yemeni delegation, Mohammad Abdulsalam, said on Twitter the member states to the coalition "make the mistake of considering security a matter exclusive to them while taking aggressive action against Yemen and imposing a blockade upon it."
While the coalition's aggressive acts continue, either everyone enjoys security and stability, or no one does.
Saree's warning comes after Yemeni Health Minister Taha Al-Mutawakkil revealed that the Saudi-led coalition of aggression committed a series of crimes during January, which brutally claimed the lives of 150 civilians and wounded 350 others.
Seven years of Saudi-led aggression on Yemen have claimed the lives of 47,000 Yemenis, the latest health ministry toll revealed.
The warnings also come after the Saudi-led coalition committed a massacre in Sanaa, Saada, and Al-Hudaydah, which claimed the lives of dozens of victims and wounded hundreds.
The Sanaa government launched Operation Yemen Hurricane II, which targeted Saudi and Emirati soil, in response to the coalition's escalation against Yemen.