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Amid economic struggle and starvation, Yemen is facing war of another kind!

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SANA’A – The US-Saudi aggression led by Saudi Arabia launched its aggression against Yemen four years ago with direct American support to impose its dictates on the unarmed people of Yemen. The aggression was not limited to the military side, but extended to the aspects of people’s life and the economic sector as well. The forces of aggression forces are used to bomb Yemeni cities and governorates with the most sophisticated Western weapons in a desperate attempt to change the balance of power in Yemen in favor of its pro-aggression government, headed by AbduRabbo Hadi.

More than ten thousand Yemeni people, women, children and the elderly have been killed in the attack. Dozens of thousands have been wounded in the bloody and fierce war waged by the US-Saudi aggression against Yemen.

The aggression not only committed many crimes and caused tragedies, but resorted to an economic war along with its military aggression. Since the first moment of the aggression on Yemen, the siege of the Yemeni People, the closure of all ports, and corridors of land sea and air and systematic targeting of economic infrastructure of factories, companies and laboratories. By closing ports and corridors, Saudi Arabia wanted to deprive the Yemeni People of billions of riyals of tax and customs revenues. Aggression forces also attacked grain silos, food stores, markets, commercial complexes, power plants, fuel, poultry farms and food stock.

By this suffocating siege and the destruction of infrastructure, most of the Yemeni economic establishments went outside the production process, which cost the Yemeni economy huge losses and created social crises characterized by unemployment and poverty.

The forces of aggression also targeted the Central Bank of Yemen, where it was transferred from Sanaa to Aden in an illegal move. These forces also printed trillions of the Yemeni currency continuously without monetary cover, which was clearly reflected in the insane rise in the prices of basic foodstuffs, medicines and oil derivatives in an effort to deepen The tragedy of the Yemeni people at the peak of life, and pressure the economic paper to accept any solutions unfair and humiliating.

The forces of aggression also targeted the Central Bank of Yemen, by moving it from Sana’a to Aden in an illegal move. These forces also printed trillions of the Yemeni currency continuously without cash cover, which was clearly reflected in the rise in prices of basic foodstuffs, medicines and oil derivatives. This has deepened the tragedy of the Yemeni people at the summit of life, and pressure the economic paper to accept any unfair and humiliating solution.

Contemplating what is woven from conspiracies and schemes to humiliate the people of Yemen and its stagnation, it undoubtedly includes the seriousness of that. It is certain that the main reason for the deterioration of the Yemeni economy, the collapse of the exchange rate and the rise in prices is due mainly to the economic war waged by the forces of aggression and its mercenaries.

Yemen’s Higher Economic Committee said it was considering “all options” to respond to the continued escalation in the economic war imposed on the Yemeni People by the US-Saudi aggression.

In addition to the military and economic aggression against Yemen, the Yemeni people stressed the need to target the economic interests of the countries of aggression in response to the destruction of infrastructure and the Yemeni economy.

For four years now, the Yemeni People have been steadfast in the worst military and economic aggression against one of the poorest countries in the world under the international silence and western slowdown. The aggression forces have not been able to break the will of this people despite the suffocating siege and the crimes they commit against it.

Source: Al- Masirah Net

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Mohammed Al-Houthi responds to dishonest remarks of Pompeo

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SANA’A -Mohammed Ali al-Houthi has responded to the call by US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, who called on Ansrullah to “implement the Sweden agreement.”

“Your coalition is the one refusing to implement the Stockholm accord,” Mohammed al-Houthi said in a tweet on Monday evening, addressing US secretary of State Mike Pompeo.

“We consider your call [to us] to implement the agreement of Sweden to be misleading propaganda which confirms your repudiation and tells your mercenaries to keep carrying out their infiltration attempts on Jableyah area in Hodeidah province.”

The National Salvation Government has initiated a unilateral implementation of the plan of the Chairman of the Coordination Committee for the Redeployment of forces, General Michael Lollesgaard. The Yemeni initiative has been hailed by the United Nations and its envoy.

While Yemen has upheld its part of the Sweden peace agreement, the Saudi-led invaders still have done no effort whatsoever, and have kept on bombing and attacking Hodeidah in direct violation of the agreement they signed. This is the reason why Pompeo’s remarks hit extra hard in Yemen, and have caused great anger.

“We would welcome a committee of the UN Security Council to review all official messages exchanged with American mercenaries or with the United Nations under the chairmanship of Michael Lollesgaard, Chairman of the Redeployment committee,” al-Houthi said.

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Yemeni army thwarts mercenaries attacks in Bayda (Video)

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BAYDA – Military media of the Yemeni army on Sunday released video footage shows Yemeni army fighters repelling  attacks carried out by Saudi-hired mercenaries in Bayda province, central of Yemen.

The video showed the army forces foiling the militants’ attack on Qaniah area, forcing them into retreat

The second footage showed the army forces repelling the mercenaries’ attack on Hawran area of the same district.

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Video: Yemeni army foils mercenaries’ attack in Asir

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ASIR – Military media of the Yemeni army on Sunday released video footage shows Yemeni army fighters repelling an attack carried out by Saudi-hired militants in Asir region.

The video showed the army forces foiling the militants’ attack on Abwab Al Hadeed area in front of Alb crossing, forcing them into retreat.

The Footage further showed the warplanes launching air strikes to back its mercenaries during their infiltration attempt.The army forces destroy a Saudi armored car(BMB) with a kornet rocket as the video showed.

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