Yemen

Sanaa naval missiles to be decisive if siege not lifted: Ansarullah

A member of Yemen’s Ansarullah Political Bureau said on Wednesday 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.

“The countries of aggression prevent ships from entering Yemen by force of arms,” ​​stressing that the Yemeni forces “will respond in a similar way,” Muhammad Al-Bakhiti warned. The Yemeni forces have “the ability and the audacity to strike the Saudi and Emirati oil facilities,” Al-Bakhiti confirmed, reiterating that this will happen “in the event that their demands are not met.”

Al-Bakhiti called for an increase in “the number of flights and destinations, the opening of the port and the disbursement of salaries,” saying that “the continuation of the siege means the continuation of the war.”

Regarding the UN truce, Al-Bakhiti indicated that Sanaa “cannot accept a permanent or long truce along with the continuation of the aggression and siege.”

Regarding the US role in the Yemeni war, the member of the Political Bureau indicated that “America does not wish to stop the war” because its continuation “is in its favor.”

“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.”

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 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.

It is noteworthy that the truce between Sanaa and the Saudi coalition has not yet been renewed, despite the fact that it expired on 2 October.

Last August, the United Nations announced the extension of the truce, which entered into force on April 2, for an additional two months, and was extended before that on June 2.

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