A senior official in the national salvation government has affirmed that countries that have participated in the Saudi-led aggression on Yemen will witness suffocating energy crises in the the future.
Deputy foreign minister in the Sana’a government, Hussein al-Ezzi, said in a tweet: “Whoever participated in Yemen’s oppression will face more than we have faced.”
كل من شارك في ظلم اليمن سيواجه أكثر مما واجهنا
بعبارة أخرى ماورد في مقطع العربية يعتبر ولاشيء مقارنة بالأزمات القادمة
هو الله خلق السماوات والأرض بالحق وسن سننه ورتب كل الاحداث على أساس قوله( وماخلقنا السموات والأرض ومابينهما لاعبين)وعلى أساس ( وتلك الايام نداولها بين الناس) https://t.co/BrYFY3TWfQ
— حسين العزي (@hussinalezzi5) October 9, 2022
Commenting on a video broadcast by a Saudi channel regarding the fuel crisis in France, he added: “In other words, what is mentioned in the (Video) is nothing compared to the upcoming crises.”
For days, France has been witnessing a suffocating fuel crisis, which has caused massive queues at fuel stations in the capital, Paris, and other cities.
Earlier, Sana’a forces had called on foreign oil companies in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates to leave, after the coalition refused to pay Yemeni employees’ salaries from Yemen’s oil and gas revenues.