Sana’a: All Ports under the Lens, Any Ship that Tries to Approaches them Will Be Punished
Sana’a Prime Minister, Dr. Abdulaziz Saleh bin Habtoor, on Thursday Confirmed that Sana’a forces will turn the “security” warning messages that were directed to prevent the looting of Yemeni oil from ports controlled by the coalition and its factions, into clear military action against any company that approaches those ports.
Bin Habtoor stress Sana’a’s responsibility for all Yemeni ports, “in Aden, Hodeidah, Al-Dabbah, or Al-Nashima,” and that they are all “in the range of our lenses and bullets.”
“Any international company that crosses the red lines and wants to carry our oil and gas will be subject to punishment from the Yemeni army.” Sana’a PM said.
The Prime Minister made it clear, during his participation in the ceremony held by Hawa Al-Yemen and Al-Oula radio stations, on the occasion of the sixth anniversary of the launch of their official broadcasts, that the homeland needs every voice that confronts the Saudi coalition and contributes to conveying the voice of the oppressed Yemeni people abroad, at the Arab and international levels.
Dr. bin Habtoor pointed out that the “aggressors” are trying to justify their “aggression” and siege and claim that it is for the benefit of the Yemeni people.
He emphasized that the importance of the Yemeni media voice lies in refuting the lies of the Saudi-led coalition and delivering a free voice that conveys reality as it is without embellishment.
The Prime Minister hailed the radio’s achievement as a model for free media, which was able, with simple capabilities and in an exceptional and critical period, to present this strong and courageous voice.
He praised all the national media outlets who withstood and resisted aggression and siege with free and honest words.