Yemeni Minister of Defence: Yemen will never accept invaders and occupiers

Yemeni Minister of Defence: Yemen will never accept invaders and occupiers

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Yemeni Minister of Defence, Major General Mohammad al-Atifi, stressed that the victories achieved by the Army and the Popular Committees throughout all the operations, especially in Ma’rib, embodied the will of the Yemeni people.

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The Yemeni Minister of Defence, Major General Mohammad al-Atifi, has stressed that the victories achieved by the Army and the Popular Committees throughout all the operations, especially in Ma’rib, embodied the will of the Yemeni people.

Al-Atifi confirmed that “the Yemeni people made and are still making sacrifices until the liberation of all regions of their country from colonial invaders.”

During his inspection visit to the frontlines in Ma’rib Governorate, the minister congratulated the great victories against the forces of the US-Saudi aggression and mercenaries.

“It is impossible for the Yemenis, according to their ancient history of struggle, to accept invaders and occupiers, no matter how much the occupiers have in terms of military and material capabilities,” he said, stressing that “no invader or occupier will remain on Yemeni soil.”

Al-Atifi added that “The invaders are in a weak position, and the Yemenis, who have the right to defend their homeland, are on the strong side.”

Major General al-Atifi pointed out that the achieved victories were “the fruits of careful preparation during the stages of grounding for the offensive battle, which has led to the enemy’s panic and humiliation.”

He addressed the fighters, saying: “We are proud of your humanitarian positions, your courage and your fighting skills.”

Minister al-Atifi then explained that the countries of the US-Saudi aggression experience bad conditions in various aspects, such as in terms of military, economy, politics and media, and said that “today they are paying heavy prices as a result of their tyranny, arrogance, and aggression against Yemen.”

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