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Yemen National Alliance says Fujairah and Yanbo'a attacks amount to terrorism
[15/05/2019 02:35]
Yemen's National Alliance has condemned the attacks this week on cargo vessels off the Emirati coast of Fujairah and on Aramco oil stations in the Saudi province of Yanbu saying they "amount to terrorism."

The Alliance of sixteen political parties and groups said in a statement to Saba said the two attacks target international interests in light of the growing Iranian trends to target the region and as the Houthi militia prove again that they are an arm that the the Iranian regime of Mullas use to implement their policy.

"The recent Houthi attack on oil facilities in Saudi Arabia in tandem with the claims of unilateral withdrawal from Hodeidah proves clearly that the Houthi militia don't believe in peace," read the statement.

The Alliance stressed their total rejection of any interpretations of the Stockholm Agreement that may skip the terms of reference for peace which provide for the Yemeni state's sovereign control over Hodeidah and all other Yemeni territories.

The parties warned of any Houthi progress on the battlefield appealing to the government and the Arab Coalition to assume their respobsility of backing the Yemeni military and resistance forces to counter the Houthi threat and liberate the provinces remaining under the radical militia's control.

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