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Sayyed Abdulmalik Warns UAE of any Further Military Escalation in Hodiedah

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YemenExtra

M.A.

The leader of Ansarullah, Sayyed Abdulmalik, warned of using available options to respond to the forces of the Saudi-led coalition, if they failed to abide by the Sweden agreement and went back to military escalation in Hodeidah.

“All efforts to implement the Swedish agreement have stumbled because of the enemies desire to evaide the agreement. If they return to their military escalation in Hodeidah, we have options to respond, which I do not like to talk about right now,” Sayyed Abdulmalik said in a speech on Monday.

Sayyed Abdulmalik added that “I advise the UAE not to go back to the path of military escalation,” noting that “the enemy has encountered military difficulties in Hodeidah and faced many problems in the world, especial with its ruined reputation.” “The other party shuns the implementation of the agreement and seeks to bypass it and evade its implementation. They are moving with their ambitions and are not concerned with the interests of the people of Yemen and the interest of the people of Hodeidah specifically,” he said.

He explained that the other party continues to evade the implementation of what is needed in the prisoners exchange, the economy and Taiz calm plan. Sayyed Abdulmalik reiterated the commitment of the National Forces to help implement the agreement. “We are ready to implement the stages of the Swedish agreement, we have taken the first step in the port of Hodeidah and the United Nations knows that,” he said. “We confirm our readiness to implement the Hodeidah agreement and start the first steps unilaterally,” stressing that “the enemy is escalating at the border and on other fronts and we have to be in a position of vigilance and high readiness.”

He pointed out that the battle today is to conquer the Yemeni people and to divide their word. “The various headlines given by the enemy to the battle in Yemen are void, and the battle is to enable foreigners to control our people,” he explained.