Marib Is on Verge of Liberation

Yemen:   The Yemeni Army and Popular Committees have escalated their defensive operations on Marib Governorate to liberate it, and simultaneously they hit various military sites in Saudi Arabia with missiles and drones.

With the military reports that indicated the collapse of the Sarwah front and the withdrawal of Saudi forces from Marib, the sudden sending of Hadi forces from the south to Marib were the best evidence of the imminent liberation of the Marib by Yemeni Army .

In this context, some analysts believe that the retaliatory attacks that were launched against Khamis Mushait and Abha airport, come within the framework of the psychological operations against Saudi Arabia, helping the Saudi rulers accept the facts  of their defeat in this aggressive war.

The UN envoy to Yemen, Martin Griffts, who visited Riyadh several times in recent years, this time went to Iran in order to save the Saudis and their Emirati allies from defeat, and get them out of Yemen in a way that saves their face through political solutions.

Ansarullah has not met with Griffiths for 11 months due to failure to fulfill his promises to lift the sea and air blockade on the Yemeni people.

After liberating Marib, if there were negotiations, Saudi Arabia and the Emirates should accept the humiliation of defeat and sit at a table where the Yemeni people would be represented by Ansarullah.

The Yemeni people will inevitably sue Saudi Arabia and the UAE and demand compensation for the losses and damages they have suffered. However, what causes the Saudi Arabia pain will be the acceptance of the existence of a capable and proud people alongside its borders.

Translated from Al-Alam

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