The Leader of the Yemeni Revolution, Sayyid Abdul-Malik al-Houthi, has affirmed that Yemen’s military industry sector is “booming and very promising and in the future, that Yemen will be one of the arms-producing countries.”
“Military manufacturing started by the Al-Sarkha missile, reaching Zulfiqar, Quds 2 and Burkan 2 missiles, and is still developing. We have a local manufacturing activity for missiles, and the US-Saudi enemy knows this,” Sayyid Abdul-Malik Badr al-Din al-Houthi said during his speech on Friday evening on the occasion of the National Day of Steadfastness.
He mocked the coalition’s claims that Yemen’s weapons were imported from Iran.
“The brothers in military industries have developed their capabilities, particularly in deterrence weapons,” he said, adding that the drone industry continues to develop as well, used for the fronts and for long range deployment, and said that “this weapon is effective, troubling the US-Saudi aggression.”
Sayyid al-Houthi noted that “air defence, drones, and missiles were launched from scratch, despite severe aggression and siege, achieving positive results. Moreover, the naval force rose from scratch with high efficiency and complete deterrence of US-Saudi aggression from attacking any coastal city.”