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The government renews its call to the international community to take a firm stand against Iranian interference

Today, Thursday, the Yemeni government renewed its call for the international community to take firm and decisive stances towards the continuation of Iranian interference in the country.

Muammar Al-Eryani, Minister of Information, Culture and Tourism, said, “The comments of the leaders of the Iranian-backed Houthi militia on the statement of the Security Council issued yesterday, Wednesday, are a new confirmation of their adoption of the approach of political and military escalation.”

Muammar al-Eryani added in a statement to the Yemeni news agency (Saba) “that these statements confirm the continuation of the Houthi militia to defy the will and consensus of the international community on the need for calm and a ceasefire on various fronts, and the establishment of peace based on the three references.”

pointed Al-Eryani until insistence The Houthi militia has adopted an escalation approach, rejected calls for calm, and undermined international efforts to stop the war and bring peace to Yemen, literally implementing the dictates of the Iranian regime, which controls its political and military decision, and uses it as a tool to implement its expansionist ambitions and threaten regional and international security and peace.

Al-Eryani urged the international community to take firm positions to stop the blatant interference of the Tehran regime in Yemeni affairs, and its support of the Houthi militia with money, weapons, experts and military technology, and its role in undermining calm efforts and escalating the pace of war, which millions of Yemenis pay the price for due to the continued bloodshed and exacerbation of bloodshed. modes humanity.

Al-Eryani called on the international community, the United Nations, the Security Council, and the UN and US envoys to put real pressure on the Houthi militia, and work to include it in the international terrorist lists, freezing its assets, imposing sanctions on its leaders, prosecuting those outside Yemen and bringing them to trial, in fairness to millions of its victims.


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