Yemeni Prime Minister condemns Saudi plot to disrupt country by refusing government salary payment

Yemeni Prime Minister condemns Saudi plot to disrupt country by refusing government salary payment

Head of National Salvation Government, Dr. Abdulaziz bin Habtoor, said on Wednesday that the main goal of the Saudi-led coalition forces from stopping the payment of salaries to employees in the northern and western provinces is to disrupt the coherent home front.

Dr. bin Habtoor, during his participation today in the first expanded consultative meeting of the academics of Sana’a University, reviewed a number of data related to the aggressive war, the siege imposed on the Yemeni people, and their real declared and unannounced goals.

He confirmed that “Sana’a will accept the issue of a cease-fire and that peace would prevail in Yemen in the event that the ten conditions that it demanded in Kuwait, Stockholm, Oman, and also in the south of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia are fulfilled, which represent demands for all the people of Yemen and were not personal or private demands, or a request for prestige or something like that.”

“We told them that the main rule is a complete and comprehensive declaration of a cease-fire, and then the opening of land, air and sea ports, and thirdly paying the employees’ salaries that we do not want as charity, not from the billions that are with Saudi Arabia or with the Sheikhdom of the UAE, but we want it from the oil and gas revenues that exist in our country,” Dr. bin Habtoor explained.

He indicated that the National Salvation Government, although what it has does not represent seven percent of the last approved budget, but it is striving to carry out its tasks in light of the aggression, siege and 49 open battle fronts against the enemies and their tools inside.