Al-Houthi after the Security Council statement: We have planes that know their destination despite the air embargo

6 October, 2022
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Al-Houthi after the Security Council statement: We have planes that know their destination despite the air embargo

Today, Thursday, the "Ansar Allah" movement in Yemen renewed its threat to resume its attacks against the countries of aggression, in response to its refusal to pay the salaries of employees in its areas and to lift the coalition restrictions on the outlets it manages, in exchange for the extension of the United Nations truce.


A member of the Supreme Political Council in Yemen, Muhammad Ali al-Houthi, said on Twitter, commenting on the UN Security Council's expression of concern about the threats of the Sanaa government: "We have planes that know their destination despite the air embargo."

The threat of the leader in "Ansar Allah" came after his criticism, describing the statement of the UN Security Council, the group's requirements to extend the armistice in Yemen as "extreme."


“It is not extremism to lift the siege on Yemen, it is not extremism to hand over employee salaries from oil revenues, and it is not extremism to lift the ban on travelers to Sana’a airport from all destinations, but extremism is the statement of the Security Council,” Al-Houthi wrote on Twitter.


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