Ansarullah calls for peace in Yemen

Yemen's Ansarullah said it is ready to stop military operations in all the fronts in order to achieve peace.

Iran PressMiddle East: “If the coalition of aggression wants peace, we are ready to freeze and stop military operations on all fronts,” president of the Supreme Revolutionary Committee of Yemen Mohammad-Ali al-Houthi said on Sunday. 

“United Nations’ representative called us to support their efforts for establishing peace by stopping missile and drone attacks,” the President of the Supreme Revolutionary Committee of Yemen added according to Iran Press.

“In this context, we announce an initiative and call on the official authorities to stop firing missiles and flying drones targeting the forces of the aggression, which will help eliminate any justification for this continued aggression and siege,' al-Houthi said.

“The ballistic missiles and drones were used only to deter the aggression, its crimes and the destruction of our infrastructure,” the President of the Supreme Revolutionary Committee of Yemen said.

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Al-Houthi stressed that Yemen suffers from the largest humanitarian crisis, created by US and Saudi-backed troops. 

Backed by Saudi-led airstrikes, Emirate forces and militants loyal to the former Yemeni government launched the Hudaydah assault on June 13 despite warnings that it would compound the impoverished nation’s humanitarian crisis. 

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The Houthis and allied armed forces, however, have managed to inflict heavy losses on the invaders.

The Hudaydah airport lies just eight kilometers from the city’s port, through which three-quarters of Yemen’s imports pass, providing a lifeline for millions of people.

The UN says fierce clashes in the port city have driven 5,200 families from their homes.

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Saudi Arabia has also imposed a blockade on Yemen, which has smothered humanitarian deliveries of food and medicine to the import-dependent state.

Several Western countries are supplying the Riyadh regime with advanced weapons and military equipment, as 22.5 million out of 29 million Yemeni people need immediate aid. 105/201

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