Sana’a’s Defense: We are self-sufficient of long-range missiles, and if the coalition continues its war, its losses will multiply
We have attained a level of ammunition self-sufficiency, from Kalashnikov rounds to long-range strategic ballistic missiles, according to Major General Mohammed Nasser Al-Atifi, Sana’a’s Minister of Defense, on Monday. The equation has changed, he said, and Yemen will no longer be their backyard garden, addressing the Saudi-Emirati coalition directly.
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“The aggressor nations must wake up from their illusions, as the equation, the time, and the situation have changed,” Al-Atifi cautioned the coalition nations. They must realize that the guardianship era is over and that Yemen now needs to reclaim its strength, influence, and effectiveness so that it can have its own backyard gardens.
Al-Atifi further stated, “The Yemeni people will no longer accept anything less than leadership, strength, and determination, which confirms that Yemen and its wise leadership have the decisive word that must be heard,” during his visit to his fighters on the fronts of Qa’taba, Dhamt, Juban, and Al-Hasha in Al-Dhale. He emphasized that the coalition’s failure has been demonstrated by Yemen’s three-thousand-day war.
“The coalition countries have not understood the extent of the catastrophic losses and defeats experienced by their armies and mercenaries,” he continued. They are still insisting on their arrogance despite the fact that Yemen’s time under their tutelage, dominance, and subordination is now irrevocably over. We say to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, “Enough in vain in occupied provinces,” he added. The moment has come for you to stop.
In particular, Al-Atifi emphasized that “we are developing in all fields every year, every month, every week, and I do not exaggerate if I say every hour, especially in military manufacturing, training, and qualitative and specialized qualification.” He urged the coalition nations to leave the Yemeni territories they control because Yemen has become a record-breaking and difficult situation in the region; otherwise, their losses will multiply significantly.”