Houthi leader vows to strike maritime targets outside Yemen

2022-09-21 | Since 2 Week

Sana'a (Debriefer) The Houthi leader on Tuesday vowed to export the 8-year war outside Yemen's borders and to cause dire damages to "aggressive countries".
State members of the Saudi-led Coalition are called to "stop aggression, lift blockade, end occupation of Yemen and remedy the damages left by the war," Abdul Malik al-Houthi added in a speech to the 8th anniversary of his group's takeover of the Yemeni capital, Sana'a, on 21 September.
"Persistent aggression is the biggest risk to the regional and international security, and its harm won't remain within Yemen's borders. Continuation of aggression and blockade imposed on Yemeni ports and airports will bring about many disasters to Coalition countries."
The Iranian-backed Houthi leader warned foreign states and companies of colluding with the Saudi-led Coalition in persistently looting Yemen's wealth and resources.
While the Yemeni people are under siege, revenues of their oil are stolen, instead of paid for salaries and humanitarian services, he said, calling on his supporters to counter the Coalition's conspiracies to occupy Yemen.

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