Yemeni Deputy Foreign Minister Hussein al-Ezzi has on Sunday said that the ongoing US-Saudi siege on Yemen might lead the aggressors to a more complex stage.
Al-Ezzi stressed that the continuation of the siege by the US-Saudi aggression is “unjustified, unnecessary and redundant.”
الحصارالمستمر قد يقود الجميع نحو مرحلةأكثر تعقيدا وأتمنى أن يتلافاهاالعقلاء
إنه تعسف غيرمبرر وغير ضروري وفائض عن الحاجةوحتى تلك الأوهام والأحلام التي يزينها المنتفعون لم ولن تتحقق بل العكس تماما
هو فقط جريمةلاتليق بأحد وإساءةمستمرة لشعب جار يتطلع للسلام وحسن الجوار والله المستعان
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“Even those illusions and dreams that the beneficiaries adorn will not come true, quite the opposite,” he added.
He pointed out that the siege is a continuous offense to neighbouring people who aspire to peace.
On Saturday, President Mahdi al-Mashat affirmed that “a response will inevitably come to all those who practice siege and mass murder against the Yemeni people.”
“The world must hear the voice of the Yemeni people, or will face its roar.”
The president stressed that the invading alliance “will eventually fail and all its schemes will fall short, because the Yemeni nation is treading the right path.”
Shortly afterwards, the Yemeni Armed Forces launched retaliatory attacks, called Operation Second Breaking of the Siege, deep inside Saudi Arabia in three phases.
The military spokesman of Yemen assured that more qualitative military operations will come in order to break the unjust siege on Yemen, warning that the operations will include sensitive targets that will not be expected by the Saudi forces.