In an interview with Yemeni media network, al-Massirah, Ansarullah spokesman Mohamamd Abdul Salam said that once the aggression on Yemen stops, the clashes on the border between Yemen and Saudi will be over.
“There is no need to go on with the aggression under the pretext of restoring legitimacy,” Abdul Salam said late on Tuesday.
“All aggression pretexts were exhausted and the public opinion realizes that the war on Yemenis is not aimed at implementing the UN resolution 2216 or restoring legitimacy as claimed by the Saudi-led coalition.”
Meanwhile, he stressed that the aim of the aggression “is to subdue the Yemenis and to impose their own agendas on them,” Abdul Salam said referring to the Saudi-led coalition.
On the other hand, he said that the military developments taking place at the border with Saudi are part of the “strategic options” announced by Ansarullah Chief Sayyed Abdul Malek al-Houthi.
“These battles are to confront the all-out war on Yemen,” Abdul Salam stressed.
“The Yemeni army and the popular committees launched attacks on the Saudi border posts six months after the aggression started. They had no other choice but to confront the Saudi-led invasion.”
On the UN-sponsored peace talks, Ansarullah spokesman said the negotiations were postponed till mid December because the draft has not been ready yet due to obstacles set by the other side.