Senior Official in Sana’a Govt. Threatens Saudi Arabia with More Attacks
Deputy Prime Minister for Security and Defense Affairs in Sana’a-based government, Lieutenant-General Jalal Al-Rowishan, on Sunday threatened Saudi Arabia with more attacks as long as the siege continues on the Yemeni people.
In a press statement, Al-Rowishan praised Sana’a forces and popular committees’ (Houthis’ fighters) second operation of “breaking the siege” and the successive operations to break the siege.
“We are the only country in the world that is subjected to “aggression” accompanied by the siege of 25 million citizens,” Al-Rowishan said, noting that the operations to break the siege are the best response to the continuation of the siege and would continue.
He added, “If the aggression and siege stop, there will be a thousand chances for peace that will guarantee Yemen’s freedom and independence.”