The Minister of Information, Culture and Tourism, Muammar Al-Eryani, said: Evidence Presented by the spokesman of the Coalition to Support Legitimacy, Brigadier Turki Al-Maliki, in a press conference, confirming the continuation of the Houthi militia terrorist Affiliate for Iran Use of the ports (Hodeidah, Saleef, Ras Issa) for purposes military.
He explained that the terrorist Houthi militia has turned the ports of Hodeidah into warehouses and workshops for the manufacture and assembly of ballistic missiles, and the processing of remotely controlled booby-trapped boats.
Al-Eryani indicated that this evidence confirms the Houthi militia’s exploitation of the Sweden agreement regarding the situation in Hodeidah Governorate to extend its control over the three ports, using them for military purposes, and taking them as a starting point for carrying out their terrorist activities in the Red Sea and Bab al-Mandab, in flagrant violation of the agreement, laws and international covenants.
Al-Eryani questioned the position of the United Nations regarding its mission to support the Hodeidah agreement with the leader of the Houthi terrorist militia, Mansour Al-Saadi, who is responsible for maritime piracy operations in the Red Sea, and who is responsible for the group involved in the piracy of the cargo ship “Rawabi,” and is on the US sanctions lists.
Al-Eryani called on the United Nations and its mission to support the Hodeidah Agreement (UNMHA) to take a firm stance and pressure the Houthi militia to implement the Stockholm Agreement, and to prevent it from being used as a launching point for terrorist attacks targeting shipping lanes and threatening regional and international peace and security.