SANA’A – The Head of the National Negotiating Delegation Mohammed Abdulsalam has on Tuesday said that “the orgy of Saudi-led aggression coalition must be halted.”
“In addition to the closure of Sana’a International Airport to the most severe humanitarian cases, the aggression coalition continues to hold more than 13 oil derivatives-laden vessels across the Red Sea, preventing them from unloading their cargo at Hodeidah port, despite the fact that they were inspected by the UN,” Abdulsalam said in a strongly worded statement.
In the statement, Abdulsalam affirmed that those who condemned the “deterrence balance operation” carried out by the Yemeni army on September 14 against the Aramco facilities, have revealed their shameful bias in favor of the aggressor.
“By what logic has the world allowed itself to denounce in favour of the aggressor while keeping silent towards the crime of the age committed against our Yemeni people by killing, siege, starvation and destruction?” he said.
Yemen’s top diplomag stressed that “the oil commodity is not more precious than the blood of Yemeni people (…) Those who are keen on the stability of the oil market must pressure on the coalition to stop its aggression and lift the siege on the Yemeni people.”
The statement reiterated that the aggression coalition and the Kingdom in particular must be well aware that its arrogance and ego are the ones that would lead it to destruction.
“Yemeni people would love that peace and security prevail throughout the Arabian Peninsula, but this will not occur through oppression, domination and one party’s dominion over another, but through dialogue and understanding away from the clatter of arms,” the statement read.