Feb , 3 \NewNewss
Sayyed Abdul-Malik al-Houthi has reiterated that Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), which are engaged in the war on Yemen, are serving the interests of the United States and Israel.
Sayyed said in a speech on Friday that the latest incidents in the southern port city of Aden were indicative of how the regime in Riyadh and the government of the UAE behaved in favor of Tel Aviv and Washington.
On January 28, separatists backed by the UAE launched an assault in Aden, taking control of a number of sites and military camps run by forces loyal to Yemen’s former President Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi following intense clashes. They swiftly seized the presidential palace in the southern port city.
The UAE has played a key role in the Saudi campaign against Yemen, which was launched in March 2015 with the aim of reinstalling Hadi’s government and crushing the Houthi movement, which currently runs state affairs.
He added , unrest in Aden did not benefit freedom-loving Yemenis. He emphasized that Saudi-led aggressors sought to use Yemenis to push their agendas. “Our choice is to counter the aggression,” he said.
Also ,he reiterated his support for the Palestinian cause and the Palestinians, saying the Saudi aggression aimed to liquidate the cause.
In the speech , Sayyed calls the Sudanese government to withdraw its troops from the Saudi-led aggression coalition and stop fighting the Yemeni people.
“I call on the dear Sudanese people to pressure their government into stopping to send its troops to fight the Yemeni people”
Sayyed al-Houthi said that the Sudanese people are the dear brothers of the Yemeni people, but blaming the Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir for being “greedy for Saudi money.”
“But because of the Saudi money, the Sudanese president is sending the Sudanese army as mercenaries to fight the Yemeni people in the interest of the Saudi and UAE regimes,” Asyed Abdulmalik said.
By the end , he praised the achievements of the Yemeni Army and the Ballistic Missiles Forces for their patriotic role in defending the country against the Saudi-led military aggression.