Sana'a (Debriefer) The Houthi group vows the Saudi-led coalition with a decisive defeat, member of the Houthi Supreme Political Council said on Tuesday, nearly one week after a UN-mediated truce was extended for another 2 months.
"These fighters didn't come to parade, but to declare preparedness to fight and defeat the enemies," Mohamed Ali al-Houthi added in his speech to a military parade at the graduation of a new batch of fighters in Sana'a City.
"With these heroes and lions" from "all the military regions we'll counter and challenge you, since you're a slogan for evil and tyranny forces," the Houthi senior official said at the graduation ceremony, hinting at Saudi Arabia.
"You'll be defeated, and all what you spent and provided will bring curse on you," he added addressing the Arab coalition members. "Here we're watching your armored vehicles parading before us, and they're just a little part of what the mujahidin captured in different fronts" of fighting.
On 3 August, the UN said the parties to Yemen's war agreed to extend the two-month truce that came into effect on 2 April and was renewed on 2 June.