Sana'a: We will turn our messages into military action against anyone who approaches Yemen's ports

24 November, 2022
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Sana'a: We will turn our messages into military action against anyone who approaches Yemen's ports

The head of the Sana'a government, Abdul Aziz bin Habtoor, confirmed today, Thursday, that "Yemeni oil and gas have been smuggled for 8 years with the two countries of aggression, and the government of mercenaries who benefit from these sums, which are in billions, not millions."


 "We made a kind of first security message, but if others do not understand, we will turn these security messages into clear military action against every company that approaches the ports of the Republic of Yemen, whether in Aden, Hodeidah, Al-Dabbah or Al-Nashima," Ibn Habtoor said.


He added, "We declared from the first moments that we are ready to extend the peaceful truce, provided that the issue of salaries for employees in the civil, military and security sectors is resolved," and continued by saying: "We made a clear decision that we will not allow any party to come to Yemen and take its oil and gas without understanding with Sana'a."


Ibn Habtoor affirmed Sana'a's responsibility for all Yemeni ports, "and it is within the range of our lenses and bullets, and any international company that crosses the red lines and wants to carry our oil and gas will be subject to punishment from the Yemeni army."


And he added, "We do not want any party to give us the employees' salaries as charity from them, but rather we want to benefit from Yemeni oil and gas," noting that "Sana'a is responsible for 85% of the manpower, including employees, security personnel, and military personnel."


Ibn Habtoor pointed out that "it is not permissible to come to an agreement at all with a handful of mercenaries who are responsible for only 15%, but the largest number of employees is responsible for the Supreme Political Council and the National Salvation Government."


The head of the Sana'a government stressed that "if an understanding is not reached with the capital, Sana'a, we will not allow any company to take a single liter of oil."


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