Sana’a accuses USAID of involvement in war on Yemen

Spokesman of Sana’a forces, Brigadier General Yahya Sarie, revealed on Tuesday a large group of weapons bearing the logo of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).

Those weapons were found by the army and popular committees during the recent military operations in al-Baidha province, Sarie added.

Brigadier-General Sarie affirmed that Sana’a forces and the popular committees had previously found various amounts of weapons with the USAID logo on among the weapons they seized in other areas and fronts.

“This is the American aid to the Yemeni people and this is the reality of this organization that is trying to impose its decision on the Yemenis and exercise suspicious roles,” Sarie said.

Sarie reviewed live pictures showing the 105-caliber Hauser and 75-caliber artillery shells bearing the logo of the USAID.

He commented on the pictures saying “these scenes are not only for the Yemenis, but for all the people of the nation and for all the free people in this world in order to know the truth about the American role.”

Brig. Gen. Sarie indicated that the USAID supports and funds foreign organizations working in Yemen to implement its activities in local communities in a number of provinces and was exercising intelligence roles under humanitarian slogans.

He called on the Supreme Council for Management and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation and the competent security authorities to disclose the agency’s activity and expose its role.

“This agency is directly affiliated with the US Department of State, works for the enemies of Yemen, and kills Yemenis under the banner of helping them,” he added.