Houthi militia threatens to target foreign companies in Yemen before the end of the truce

English - الأحد 02 أكتوبر 2022 الساعة 05:46 م
Aden, NewsYemen:

 The Houthi militia - the Iranian arm in Yemen - threatened to target foreign companies operating in the country and international shipping lines, as soon as the truce ended, about which understandings reached a dead end, according to the militia's statement.

On Saturday evening, the militia issued a statement in which it adhered to its conditions for extending the truce, including paying the salaries of state sector employees in its areas of control from revenues from crude oil and gas sales in areas under the control of the legitimate government, and opening only secondary roads in Taiz other than those that were agreed upon prior to the start of the truce in last April.

Meanwhile, the head of the so-called Supreme Political Council of the Houthi militia called on foreign oil and shipping companies operating in the country to completely stop their activities, blaming them for ignoring what will be issued in the coming hours.

Meanwhile, the military spokesman for the Houthi militia, Yahya Saree, vowed, in a tweet on his account on Twitter to "return", in reference to the resumption of attacks outside the borders.

Saree wrote on his Twitter account: "We may come back again so stay with us," as he put it.

Saree had published two tweets on Saturday, one of which said: “After the issuance of supreme directives to the concerned authorities to address all shipping and marine companies that have destinations to the (coalition) countries, as well as foreign and local oil companies operating in the Republic of Yemen, the armed forces alert those companies.  Follow up on the warnings and instructions issued by it.  According to him.