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National Defense Council convenes emergency session about Houthi militia's terrorist operations against oil harbors
[22/10/2022 07:18]
ADEN-SABA
The National Defense Council held an emergency session today, Saturday, presided over by His Excellency President Dr. Rashad al-Alimi, Chairman of the Presidential Leadership Council, Commander-in-Chief, to deal with the repercussions of the terrorist operations carried out by Iran-backed Houthi militias against the two oil harbors of a Dhabah and Annoshaimah in the two governorates of Hadramout and Shabawa.

The session devoted to discuss a number of reports, suggestions and options put forward by the members of the National Defense Council and the two governors of Hadramout and Shabwa to handle these sabotage and cowardice attacks which targeting international peace and security, further worsening the Yemeni peoples' humanitarian suffering.

The National Defense Council has taken a number of decisive decisions to deter such criminal attacks, authorizing the government to instantly put the decisions in place according to a time-line defensive military, diplomatic and economic plan to protect the Yemeni peoples' interests, thwart all desperate sabotage endeavors of the Iranian destructive scheme in our country.

The National Defense Council has called on the international community to bear its responsibility toward this dangerous escalation by Houthi militia and its backers against the civil and economic facilities in a deliberately war-crime requires firm punishment by designating these militias as an international terrorist group and taking all subsequent necessary measures.

The Council warned that this terrorist escalation may relieve the Yemeni government from all obligations which Houthi militias have abandoned including Stockholm Agreement and the articles of the collapsed truce and other services facilitations, with vowing to secure all methods that can reduce the collateral impacts upon the citizens in the militias-controlled regions.


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