No Breach of Armistice Will Be Accepted: Sana’a Confirms
President of pro-Houthis Supreme Political Council (SPC), the highest ruling authority in Sana’a, Mahdi al-Mashat, confirmed, during his meeting on Monday with the Minister of Defense Major General Mohammed Al-Atifi, that any breach of the armistice will not be accepted.
Al-Mashat stressed the necessity of paying all salaries of the state employees, and restoring the looted oil and gas resources.
In the meeting, Al-Mashat praised the military development that the Yemeni army is witnessing in the field of construction, rehabilitation and industrialization, which was evident during the military parades, the last of which was the major military parade “Wa’ad Al-Akhera” in Hodeida province.
President of Sana’a (SPC) Al-Mashat affirmed that the Yemeni army has become a safety valve for the homeland and the people, and has become able to preserve the people’s rights and bring down all foreign conspiracies to divide and fragment the country.
For his part, the Minister of Defense in Sana’a government confirmed that the armed forces’ fully readiness to implement any decisions taken by President Al-Mashat, whether with regard to the Saudi-led coalition’s breach of the terms of the armistice, or in the comprehensive confrontation with the coalition to liberate every inch of the soil of the homeland.
Major General Al-Atifi indicated that the process of building and developing the army forces is in full swing, and has reached advanced levels, which will surprise the coalition if it does not take advantage of the temporary truce to end its war and siege.