Yemen warns intruders it will face further defeatsAhlulBayt News Agency – ABNA
Yemen’s Defense Minister warns the country’s invaders that the country would face further defeat if they continued their aggression against the country.
AhlulBayt news agency (ABNA): Yemen’s Defense Minister warns the country’s invaders that the country would face further defeat if they continued their aggression against the country.
“The retaliatory measures against the invading countries will continue until the country is completely liberated,” said Mohammad Nasser al-Atefi on Saturday.
He visited a battle front in northwestern al-Jawf Province, where he met with the Yemeni Army Armed Forces and People’s Committees that jointly lead Yemeni defense operations against the invasion.
Al-Atefi said the war was an “unjust” invasion by all political, moral and humanitarian standards.
He vowed that the country would emerge victorious against “those who in just weeks or months had tried to achieve their goals in war”.
Under the leadership of a number of its allies, Saudi Arabia started the war in March 2015, including restoring power to its favorite official in Yemen.
The Yemeni joint armed forces, with their constant retaliatory attacks, have provided a decisive response to the aggressors and have constantly prevented the invading coalition from attaining their goals.
Countless Yemeni missiles and missiles have crossed the missile systems procured by Saudi Arabia and flown as far as the Saudi capital Riyadh and the United Arab Emirates, the kingdom’s most prominent ally in the war.
“The aggressors are stuck in the swamp of war and now, in the seventh year of their invasion, face further bitter defeats,” said al-Atefi.
He said the country is determined to expand its defense industry with the aim of driving out all invaders. Yemen’s defense forces are developing “ballistic missiles, drones and naval defense systems”.
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