SANA’A- The head of the Supreme Revolutionary Committee, Mohammed Ali al-Houthi, has stressed that the Saudi-led aggression countries should comply with political solutions in Yemen rather than engaging in escalation and continued blockade of the country.
“After the Gulf States rushed to open their embassies in Syria, where the plot to fragment the country has failed, I do not think it is worthwhile today to continue the forgotten war in Yemen with its ally [the US] that has quickly announced its withdrawal from Syria,” Mohammed al-Houthi wrote on social media.
بعد هرولة دول الخليج لفتح سفاراتها في سوريا التي فشلت مؤامرة تفتيتها، لا أعتقد أنها جديرة اليوم بمواصلة الحرب المنسية في اليمن مع حليفتها التي سارعت بإعلان انسحابها هي الأخرى من سوريا.
وعلى دول العدوان الإذعان للحلول السياسية في اليمن بدلا من التصعيد والحصار في ظل أوضاع مأساوية
— محمد علي الحوثي (@Moh_Alhouthi) January 15, 2019
Two weeks ago, US President Donald Trump announced the withdrawal of US troops from Syria, while the Gulf countries previously involved in the aggression against Syria have taken the initiative to renew their relationship with the Syrian government of President Bashar al-Assad.