Amid international concern about not extending the truce in Yemen, Riyadh accuses the Houthis of intransigence and quickly tweets: We may return again2 October, 2022
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Today, Sunday, the armistice between the Saudi-led Arab coalition in Yemen and the Houthis ends, 6 months after its entry into force, amid international and Arab concerns about the repercussions of not extending it.
With news reported by the Saudi "Al-Ekhbariya" channel, quoting a government source, about the "obstinacy" of the Houthi group "Ansar Allah" regarding the extension of the truce in Yemen, the Houthi military spokesman, Brigadier General Yahya Saree, wrote on Twitter: "We may return again... so stay with us." ".
Commenting on the end of the truce, Saree had said in two tweets: "After the issuance of supreme directives to the concerned authorities to address all shipping and marine companies that have destinations to the countries of aggression, as well as foreign and local oil companies operating in the Republic of Yemen, the armed forces alert these companies to follow up on what will be issued." of warnings and instructions.
"We will inform you about it as soon as the truce ends in the event that nothing is achieved to achieve the rightful demands of our people. The armed forces are in the process of being prepared and ready for any developments, bearing those companies responsible for ignoring what will be issued by them in the coming hours," the military spokesman added.
"In this regard, the Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces, Field Marshal Mahdi Al-Mashat, yesterday evening, Saturday evening, made contacts with the Ministry of Defense and the Presidency of the General Staff, informing them of the latest developments," Saree said.
The armed forces announced their readiness for the leadership’s directives, and that they will be on the side of our great Yemeni people in obtaining their legitimate rights until they obtain them without the help of anyone,” he stressed.
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