The legitimate Yemeni government reiterated that the Iran-backed escalation of the Houthi militia in its terrorist attacks on civilian objects and civilians in Saudi Arabia confirms their true position on peace and their dependence on the Iranian agenda.
Yemeni Information Minister Muammar Al-Eryani said in tweets on his Twitter page on Thursday evening that the Iran-backed Houthi militia had escalated its terrorist attacks on civilian objects and civilians in Saudi Arabia’s Jazan and Najran universities, as well as the petroleum products distribution station in Jizan confirm their true position on peace and their dependence on the Iranian agenda after days of the launch of the Saudi initiative “
Al-Eryani viewed the terrorist attacks on civilian objects and vital facilities as “a serious threat to the lives of civilians, energy security and supplies, and the global economy”.
He added that it “confirms that the Houthi militia will only meet the demands of peace by increasing political and military pressure and imposing international sanctions on the militia and their war criminals”.
The Yemeni Minister of Information called on the international community and the United Nations to fulfill their responsibilities in combating terrorist activities and protecting regional and international peace and security.
He also stressed the end of Iran’s destructive policies and the end of its efforts to undermine peaceful solutions to the crisis and prolong the war and coup, despite deteriorating humanitarian conditions in Yemen.
The Coalition in Support of Legitimacy in Yemen announced today, Thursday, that Saudi air defense intercepted eight demonstrations directed against civilians in Saudi Arabia.
He added that the Houthi militia tried to target the universities of Jizan and Najran.
The coalition said there was a ballistic missile that was fired by the Sana’a militia and landed in Al-Jawf.
The drone strikes came days after Riyadh launched a new initiative calling for a ceasefire across Yemen.
The Houthis recently stepped up their drone and missile attacks on Saudi Arabia.
Read More About: World News