Al-Mashat praised the efforts of the Sultanate of Oman and the delegation of the Royal Office, which is discussing in Sana’a a number of issues related to the humanitarian file.
The Houthi official stressed 3 principles that “cannot be deviated from in any future discussions, namely lifting the siege, stopping the aggression (coalition operations), air, land and sea, ending the occupation and the exit of foreign forces, and non-interference in Yemen’s internal affairs.”
This statement coincides with the intensive international and international efforts to end the war that the country has been witnessing for seven years, through political negotiations.
In a related context, the Director General of Sana’a International Airport, Khaled Al-Shayef, said that he met at the airport, the acting Chairman of the Board of Directors of Yemeni Airways, and a number of the company’s employees to discuss the readiness of facilities, equipment and maintenance headquarters for aircraft.
Al-Maqdashi said in an interview with the official Yemen satellite channel, “The battle that the army and the Yemeni people are waging with it is a battle against the Iranian sectarian project that seeks to tear our Arab and Islamic nation apart.”
The Yemeni Defense Minister stressed that “victory will be achieved for Yemen, and the process of building the military institution will continue according to purely national foundations.”