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Yemenis warn Saudi Arabia against new attacks

The file photo of a man watching the damage in the Aramco's Khurais oil field, Saudi Arabia, Friday, Sept. 20, 2019 (By AP)

Mohammed al-Attab
Press TV, Sana'a

For the first time since declaration of Yemenis' unilateral peace initiative for halting attacks on Saudi Arabia’s vital infrastructure, Yemen's Minister of Defense Mohammed Nasser al-Atifi called on Saudi Arabia and its allies to use the declared peace initiative.

Brigeder Ahmed Alzubairi told Press TV that Yemen’s armed forces have become stronger than before.

Experts say Ansarullah fighters are now capable enough to shoot down most of invading air forces.

Saudi led coalition started its military campaign on Yemen in March 2015 in a bid to reinstate to power former regime. But it has failed to do so either in areas under Ansarullah control or in areas under its own control. Furthermore its deadly invasion has left nothing but a trail of death that amounts to thousands and the destruction of most of its infrastructure that includes schools, hospitals and even roads and bridges

Experts say Yemenis self-restraint to halt attacks deep inside Saudi territories is seen as a sign of strength to give Riyadh a chance to rethink seriously about ending its aggression and blockade of Yemen before it becomes too late.


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