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Leadership Council member Othman Mujalli holds meeting with US ambassador
[05/09/2023 03:40]
Riyadh - Saba
Member of the Presidential Leadership Council, Othman Mujalli, met with the Ambassador of the United States of America to Yemen, Steven Fagin today.

During the meeting, they discussed the bilateral relations between the two countries in their comprehensive concept and the continued strengthening of efforts in combating terrorism, ending the Houthi coup and establishing peace in Yemen.

Mujalli was briefed by the US Ambassador on his visit to Seiyoon, Hadhramout Governorate, last week, and his meetings with the leadership of the local authority.

Mujalli pointed out that the Houthi coup is the cause of the suffering of Yemenis at home and abroad, and the reason for the depletion of national capabilities and exposure to theft and looting of the salaries of continuous employees, the smuggling of drugs, weapons, drones and missiles, the destruction of the economy and infrastructure and the dedicated Houthi policy for impoverishment of Yemenis, stressing that it is time to uproot the roots of terrorism, the Houthis, who destroyed the Yemenis and distorted their normal life that they enjoyed before the first Saada war in June 2004, and the coup against the state in September 2014, and expanded them by force of arms from the far north of the north to the rest of the southern, eastern and western governorates in the country, and then targeted the oil installations, the threat to international navigation and Houthi continued rejection of all peace efforts. Mujalli inquired, during the meeting, with the American ambassador:

How do Houthis perceive peace? He pointed out that the Houthi notion for peace is based on annexation and refusal to partner with any national skeholder, based on extremist ideological ideas with which Houthis seek to control Yemenis by spreading a false and polluted culture that aims to turn people into mere herds, submissive to the group's orientations that stand in contrast to the state's constructive culture, through proceeding with the establishment of an independent terrorist and financial military system that does not bear any obligations towards citizens, including the payment of salaries and the provision of public services, in an extension of the hateful Imam ideology that the Yemenis overthrew in September 1962 and which the Yemenis are resisting today and will overthrow again.

Mujalli stressed the weakness and fragility of the Houthi militia despite its apparent strength, which was revealed by the state of alert and terror that filled the hearts of the group's leadership from a group of activists on social media who are calling for their rights, as well as the voices that are raised by a number of parliamentarians who are still under arrest. The control of the Houthi militia, and the confusion that was observed as a result of the speech of Sheikh Sadiq Amin Abu Ras in Sana’a last week on the forty-first anniversary of the founding of the conference, in which he criticized general and simple criticism of some of the group’s practices and its primitive way of managing the hijacked state in Sana’a from inside the caves and its refusal to find any solution to the salary payment issue in the Houthi-controlled areas.

He pointed out that the situation in the country is very bad and confused, as the Houthis suffer from popular pressure, and a noticeable state of tension and anxiety in Saada revealed by their recent movements, which indicate the growing state of popular discontent that we see in people's faces, and it is discontent that can bring them down from within because of their actions and terror and their looting of private and public rights. He continued: "The heinous crime committed by Houthis and their militias against an unarmed citizen in Saada who disagreed with them on land, so they directed their cannons and bombed his house, including women, children and the elderly, is only an indication of the state of fear they are experiencing." He added, "If the militia claims to be a state, why didn't it send the security services to investigate, seize him, and refer him to the judiciary, instead of bombing his house with cannons? Houthi do not want a national or political partnership, and have no understanding of peace, and will not leave anyone from harm." Mujalli pointed out that the Houthis, Iran and Hezbollah are a joint project to spread chaos and terrorism in the region, and what we see in terms of dealings, behaviors and projects on reality are not related to the principles of peace in any way.
He added: "We seek to activate joint work with the coalition in the field of combating smuggling, activating laws and pushing the government to work hard, and we will stand in the leadership council with courage to fight corruption and advance reforms, and face difficulties and we realize that our people will be with us in the reform steps and will not be patient with militias and corruption" while the Houthi plunder everything in front of everyone's eyes, looting minds, lives, property and money, which is the worst thing that has happened in the history of Yemenis." Mujalli praised the support provided by the brothers in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to the Central Bank of Yemen in the interim capital, Aden, and praised the interest of the Kingdom, the UAE, and brotherly and friendly countries in helping the Yemeni people to get out of their economic and humanitarian crisis and work to resume the export of oil derivatives to meet basic needs, welcoming all investments that may supply the public treasury of the state. For his part, the Ambassador of the United States expressed his happiness with this meeting, stressing his country's keenness to continue supporting the Yemeni people and government, appreciating the position of the Presidential Leadership Council and the government and their response to efforts to move forward toward a broad peace process that preserves Yemen's stability and territorial integrity and supports the policy of transition from war to construction and reconstruction.

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