ADEN - SABA
Yemen's President said his country "won't be fine as long as these extremist, terrorist [Houthi] militias continue to kill and besiege our people in Marib, Shabwa, Dhale'a, Taiz, Baydha and all over Yemen"
In an address to the nation on the eve of the 14 October Revolution, Hadi said: "Peace is getting killed in Yemen at the hands of the Houthi militia with the unlimited Iranian support from behind."
Hadi said the world keeps watching on the Houthi terrorism "without any action, while in the minds of Yemeni people day after day the [international] peace mediation efforts get viewed as intangible effort and mere statements that neither stop terrorism nor prevent bloodshed."
Hadi said the militia's blockage of food and medicines to nearly 35 thousand people in Abdiya besieged reflects the militia's dirty, barbaric and terrorist nature, not to mention aversion to peace.
Hadi said that even though Marib keeps supplying the whole country with domestic gas, oil and other life support including the militia-held territories, the militia "keep supplying it [Marib] with death."
Hadi stressed that "the implementation of the pending provisions of the Riyadh Agreement must be a priority to guarantee security and economic stabilization."
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