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Yemeni Information Minister: This is a fact of the Houthis’ dependence on Iran and Lebanese Hezbollah


“Visits by the leaders of the Houthi terrorist militias to the Iranian capital of Tehran and the southern suburbs of Lebanon, and their meetings with the symbols of the Iranian axis of evil to receive guidance on their position regarding the truce, reaffirm that the militias do not have the decision to war and peace, and are acting as a tool to implement Iran’s agenda in the region,” said Yemeni Minister of Information and Culture Muammar Al-Eryani.

Through his personal Twitter account yesterday, Al-Eryani noted that the militias’ communication with “Hezbollah” perpetuates their “subordination and blind submission to the Iranian regime and the implementation of its expansionist scheme and destructive policies that destabilize the security and stability of the region”, without any concern for the waterfall of blood flowing since the coup, the deteriorating political and economic conditions in Yemen, and the worsening human suffering of the majority of Yemenis. 

Al-Eryani indicated, through his personal account on the social networking site “Twitter” yesterday, that the militias’ communication with “Hezbollah” perpetuates their “subordination and blind submission to the Iranian regime and the implementation of its expansionist scheme and destructive policies that destabilize the security and stability of the region,” without any regard for the blood flow. Since the coup, the deteriorating political and economic conditions in Yemen, and the worsening humanitarian suffering for the majority of Yemenis.

Al-Eryani called on the international community, the United Nations, and the permanent members of the Security Council to take a clear and firm position on Iranian interference in Yemeni affairs, and to put pressure on the Houthis to engage seriously and in good faith in the pacification and peace efforts.

The international community, the United Nations and the permanent members of the Security Council are called upon to take a clear and firm position on Iranian interference in Yemen’s affairs and to put pressure on the leaders of the Houthi terrorist militia to engage seriously and in good faith in the efforts to achieve calm and peace, the minister said.

The Iranian minister’s statements came in the wake of visits by Houthi militia leaders to the Iranian capital of Tehran and Lebanon’s southern suburbs.

In a press statement the day before yesterday, Al-Eryani said: “The siege of Taiz province by the Houthi terrorist militia, which is affiliated to Iran, has been ongoing for nearly seven years, and has exacerbated the suffering of millions of civilians in Taiz province, most of whom are women and children”.

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