Abdul Salam: US strikes and threats will not change our position on Gaza events

Mohammed Abdul Salam, the head of the Sana’a delegation in political negotiations, stated that their stance “towards the events in Palestine and the aggression on Gaza has not and will not change, neither after the strike nor the threats,” in reference to the US and British strikes.

Sana’a – Al-Khabar Al-Yemeni:

Reuters quoted Abdul Salam as affirming that Sana’a’s military operations will continue “to prevent Israeli ships or those heading to the occupied ports of Palestine.” He pointed out that Sana’a will not cease its operations until “the criminal aggression in Gaza ends and humanitarian aid, including food and medicine, is allowed into the Gaza Strip in the north and south.”

He added, “We continue our communication with the international community to clarify our position and emphasize that shipping lanes in the Red Sea and the Arabian Sea are safe for all ships in the world except Israeli ships or those heading to Israel only.”

He further stated, “We do not seek escalation… but unfortunately, the ones who are militarizing the Red Sea and filling it with battleships, frigates, and military equipment are the Americans and the British.”

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