Bin Mubarak meets Al-Hajraf before the start of Yemeni consultations tomorrow
Lieutenant-General Saghir bin Aziz, Chief of Staff of Yemen, confirmed that the Iranian-backed terrorist group Houthi has become a direct threat to the global economy, calling for support for the Yemeni army, which is waging a fierce war against it on various fronts, as he put it.
Bin Aziz said: “We call on the international community and the Security Council to enable our legitimate institutions to confront the most dangerous terrorist gang in the world; Iran’s terrorist Houthi militia. He added on his Facebook account: “After the threat of its terrorism directly threatens the global economy; It is time to provide all aspects of support to our national army, which is currently fighting a fierce war against it on various fronts.”
For his part, Yemeni Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriate Affairs Dr. Ahmed Awad bin Mubarak met yesterday with the Secretary-General of the Gulf Cooperation Council, Dr. Nayef Al-Hajraf, and discussed with him the latest political, military and economic developments in Yemen, prior to the start of the Yemeni-Yemeni consultations that will start tomorrow at the council headquarters. in Riyadh.
Bin Mubarak praised the role of the “Gulf Cooperation Council” in supporting the security, stability and territorial integrity of Yemen, stressing joint support for all regional and international peace efforts.
In turn, Dr. Nayef Al-Hajraf affirmed the firm position of the Gulf Cooperation Council to find a political solution to the Yemeni crisis, and to achieve security, stability and peace in Yemen, and the GCC states’ keenness to continue their support and support for everything that achieves the interests of the Yemeni people, and contributes to consolidating the security and continuity of Yemen, the region and the safety of its territories. Regional and international efforts in this regard, in order to achieve security and stability.
It is noteworthy that the “Gulf Cooperation Council” is hosting Yemeni-Yemeni consultations, under the auspices of the GCC states, at the headquarters of the General Secretariat in Riyadh, from March 29 to April 7.
The Secretary-General of the Gulf Cooperation Council stressed that the consultations aim to unite ranks and heal rifts between brothers, support legitimacy, strengthen state institutions and create an approach that pushes them to the consultations table, in response to the aspirations of the Yemeni people and support international and international efforts.
In terms of operations, the Yemeni army announced that the terrorist Houthi militia had inflicted dozens of deaths and injuries on the fronts of the southern Marib Governorate.
The commander of the First Mountain Infantry Brigade, Brigadier General Khaled Al-Aqra, confirmed that the army forces, backed by the popular resistance, continued their field advance on the southern fronts of the governorate, pointing to the liberation of more than 20 kilometers, during the last night, including sand veins, and a number of important sites surrounding them. During the past hours, the fighters of the Coalition to Support Legitimacy carried out intensive air raids targeting and destroying militia reinforcements.
The Yemeni army spokesman, Brigadier Abdo Majali, confirmed that “the Yemeni armed forces are continuing to advance towards the strategic Umm Rish camp, which has become under the fire control of our forces, and progress is continuing to achieve the docking of the heroes of (the giants brigades).”