Sanaa’s ambassador to Syria, Abdullah Sabri, said what is known about the American policy is that it is based on stoking wars and creating crises in all countries of the world according to its interests.
He added, in a statement to “Sputnik” today, Monday, that any talk that does not serve this policy cannot be dealt with confidence or without precautions.
Sabri pointed out that the aggression against Yemen is no exception to this rule, and if Washington saw an interest in stopping this war, this aggression would not have continued for seven years or more, especially since all the coalition countries are competing for obedience to the White House.
The Yemeni ambassador made it clear that the Sana’a government does not find itself concerned with any soft or deceptive American statements, whether issued by American officials or others.
He continued, “We have presented our vision for a solution to all mediators, and we put them to the test. If they are serious, then starting with the humanitarian file will be the key to peace and a political solution in Yemen.”
Sabri stressed that Sanaa’s vision for peace does not carry any impossible conditions, and our demands are a need for all the Yemeni people who are living the largest humanitarian disaster in the world, as described by the United Nations itself.
The US State Department had earlier called on the parties to the conflict in Yemen to stop the escalation and accept calls for peace, in order to prevent a worsening of the humanitarian conditions that the country has been suffering from over more than 6 years of war.
During the past hours, the “Ansar Allah” group announced that its forces had killed about 580 people and wounded in the ranks of the Yemeni army and the Arab coalition forces, including more than 200 from the Saudi and Sudanese armies, and destroyed, burned and damaged more than 40 military vehicles and armored vehicles, including a communications vehicle and minesweeper, after A massive attack on the city of Haradh, northwest of Hajjah, was repelled.
Saudi Arabia has led, since March 26, 2015, a military coalition of Arab and Islamic countries, in support of the internationally recognized Yemeni government, in its quest to restore the capital, Sanaa, and large areas in Yemen, which were seized by the Ansar Allah group in late 2014.
On the other hand, the Ansar Allah group carries out attacks with drones, ballistic missiles, and booby-trapped boats, targeting Saudi and Yemeni forces inside Yemen, the territory of the Kingdom, and facilities in the United Arab Emirates, an active member of the coalition.
The conflict in Yemen has claimed the lives of 377,000 people, 40 percent of whom were directly killed, according to a United Nations report last November.