Anssarallah: Saudi Arabia Will Not Enjoy Oil as Long as Yemen under Siege
Member of the Anssarallah Political Bureau, Mohammed Al-Fareh, has warned Saudi Arabia of the repercussions on its oil facilities if it continued to blockade the Yemeni people.
In a tweet on Tweeter, Al-Farah commented on the Sanaa forces attack on Aramco facilities in the Saudi depth, saying “I think that the message has arrived that the Saud coalition countries will not enjoy their oil as long as our people suffer under the siege and suffer the scourge of war and crises.”
He added: “Either all of us live in the good; or we will all be without oil. And the next is even greater.”
Earlier in the day, Sana’a armed forces announced the implementation of the 1st “breaking the siege” operation in the depth of the Saudi enemy territories.
The armed forces spokesman, Brigadier General Yahya Sarie, said that the operation was carried with nine drones, noting the Aramco refinery in the capital of the Saudi enemy, Riyadh, was targeted with three drones of Samad 3 type, while six others of Samad 1 type targeted Aramco facilities in the Jizan and Abha regions and other sensitive sites.
He affirmed that this operation comes as a response to the escalation of Saudi-led coalition through the unjust siege on the Yemeni people and preventing the entry of fuel ships.