Iran-Houthi envoy appointment began risky interferences: Yemeni gov't

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2021-03-16 | Since 1 Year

Iran-Houthi envoy appointment began risky interferences: Yemeni gov't

Aden (Debriefer) - Tehran's decision to appoint Hassan Irloo as envoy to Houthis has begun risky period of the Iranian interferences in Yemen and blatantly declared his influence in the fourth Arab capital, information minister in the Yemeni UN-recognized government tweeted on Monday.
Since his appointment, Irloo became the Houthi political and military decision-maker, Moammar al-Eryani added, as the "Houthi aggression pace increased in Marib's different fronts, [the group] targeted liberated areas with heavy weapons, terrorist attacks on Saudi Arabia increased with Iranian-made drones and ballistic missiles, prisoner swap talks failed and peaceful solution opportunities declined."
The Yemeni minister accused the Houthi group of doubling its activities to "deface the Yemenis' identity by playing with educational curricula, intensifying sectarian courses for children and recruiting them for its devastating project, hanging Khomeini revolution symbols on public streets, and practicing rites alien to our community and country.
"These actions disclose the Iranian project's reality and reflect its resolve to impose its dominance on Yemen and change it into an Iranian state and a base to target neighboring countries, spread chaos and terrorism in the region, and threaten the international shipping."
Eryani called on the international community to expel Irloo and put an end to the Iranian interferences that violate international laws, prolong the war, stir sectarian divisions, exacerbate Yemen's humanitarian suffering and undermine efforts aimed to end war.
On 17 October 2020, Tehran announced the arrival of its new ambassador in the Houthi-held Sana'a City.


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