Government in Sanaa: Patience of Yemeni People will Not Last Regarding Violations on Yemeni Islands
Yemen: The government in Sana’a warns that any company that will sign an agreement with the “mercenaries of the US-Saudi aggression” will face all legal measures.
The government said that “the developing in the governorate of Al-Mahrah and the islands of Socotra and Mayon violate international laws and provoke the Yemeni people.”The government clarified that “the criminal practices of the US-Saudi-Emirati occupier in the Yemeni islands directly affect the national security of Yemen and the region,” adding that “the Yemeni people’s patience will not last in the face of the abhorrent violations on the Yemeni islands, and they will resort to using the appropriate option.”It considered that “any company that will sign an agreement with the mercenaries of aggression, all legal measures will be taken against it.”
A few days ago, the Minister of Foreign Affairs in the Sana’a government, Hisham Sharaf, affirmed Yemen’s rejection of “the illegal practices carried out by the UAE on the lands and islands of Yemen.” Sharaf went to the Emirates, addressing: “The lava of fire will reach you soon if you do not leave our lands and islands.” He stressed that “what the UAE is doing on the islands of Socotra and Mayun is against international law, and it cannot be tolerated.”
In the same context, a member of the Political Council of the Ansarullah, Mohammad Al-Bakhiti, indicated that the UAE is not safe because it occupies Yemeni areas, and it may be targeted at any moment.The UAE had established a runway for military aircraft, in addition to military buildings on the Yemeni island of Mayun, overlooking the Bab al-Mandab Strait.
Media reports also intersected with Yemeni tribal warnings of the UAE’s efforts to introduce Israeli enemy to the island of Socotra in the Indian Ocean off the southern coast of Yemen.
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