The leader of the revolution, Sayyid Abdul-Malik al-Houthi, warned the Saudi-led aggression coalition against continuing its aggression and siege, stressing that it is the biggest threat to regional and international peace, and its continuation will drag disasters on countries of the coalition.
During his televised speech on the occasion of the eighth anniversary of the September 21 revolution, he re-called on the coalition to end the aggression, occupation, lift the siege, as well as to address the files of war, treat the damage and take a lesson.
Sayyid Abdul-Malik Al-Houthi emphasized that “the continuation of the aggression is the biggest threat to regional and international peace and its damage will not stop at the borders of Yemen,” indicating that there is no justification for the continuation of the aggression, as its continuation would bring disasters to the coalition countries.
He also warned the Saudi-led coalition countries against continuing to plunder the national wealth, as well as foreign companies that collude with the coalition in looting the country’s wealth.
In his speech, Sayyid Abdul-Malik reiterated the call for the coalition “to end the aggression, lift the siege, end the occupation, address the files of war, compensate the damage and take a lesson.”
He referred that the Yemeni people are under siege while the revenues of their oil wealth are stolen instead of spending them on salaries and humanitarian and service areas.
The leader of the Yemeni revolution announced the continuation of work in confronting the coalition and its conspiracies aimed at controlling the Yemeni people and occupying the country.