SANA’A -“The international community must have iron nerves to prevent a war in the Gulf with disastrous effects,” UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has said.
This came in an interview to CNN, in which the UN leader said: “We are very concerned, yesterday I sent two experts in line with Security Council resolutions 2231 to examine the wreckage (effects in Abqaiq and Khurais) and to be able to analyse what caused it and by whom.”
Guterres ignored the crimes of the US-Saudi aggression against the Yemeni People for five years, disregarding the fact that the Yemeni attacks on Saudi Arabia comes in the context of responding to those crimes.
Instead, he condemned the operation on Abaqiq and Khurais, considering this as dangerous escalation.
When asked if Saudi Arabia and Iran were on the verge of war, Guterres replied: “I hope not. I think it is important, as I said, to avoid a huge conflict in the Gulf that will have catastrophic consequences for the region and also for the world.”
Mohammad Ali Al-Houthi, member of the Supreme Political Council, condemned the international community’s duality towards the crimes committed by the US-Saudi aggression against the Yemeni people and the retaliatory operations in the face of these crimes, denouncing the bloodshed of the Yemenis.
Al-Houthi commented on UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres’ announcement that UN experts were heading to Saudi Arabia to investigate attacks on key Saudi oil installations.
“Experts from the United Nations left for Saudi Arabia to investigate the attack on Aramco!” Al-Houthi said in his Twitter account on Wednesday, “but they (the experts) did not leave to investigate the crimes and massacres committed against the Yemeni people, they did not leave for human rights in Yemen and for the greatest humanitarian tragedy made by aggression.”
“They did not leave for the children of Yemen, who are killed by the US-British-French weapons in Yemen, did not leave in order to lift the siege and end the famine made by aggression,” he added.
Al-Houthi continued: “They did not leave for Saudi Arabia to force them to respect the UN conventions. They did not leave and will not leave for the sick people of Yemen, who are registered by the lists of UN organizations because they need treatment abroad. They did not leave to support a besieged people and an independent republic, which is being trampled.”
He stressed that the United Nations has disappointed Yemenis, saying: “No, the Yemeni people will not, and will not, pin their hopes of deterring aggression on them.”
Al-Houthi reiterated the determination of the Yemeni people to continue confronting and deterring aggression. “With the steadfastness of the people, the equanimity of men, the determination of the Army and Committees and the consciousness of the tribes and youth will triumph and inevitably will deter aggression and expel the invasion and occupation.”
“The blood of heroes is a testimony to the pride and greatness of the Yemeni people, who are only challenged by determination and challenge to achieve their goals freely and independently.”
Mohammed al-Houthi also condemned the international community’s disregard for the blood of Yemenis. “Do the Yemenis need to replace their bodies with barrels of oil and their shreds with gas, so that the world realizes the exaggeration, meanness, servility, criminality and terrorism done by the US, Britain, Saudi Arabia and the UAE along with their alliance in Yemen?!”
Source: Al- Masirah Net