SANA’A: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs renewed the call of the National Salvation Government to brotherly and friendly countries to respect the interests of the Yemeni people and stop dealing with the pro-aggression government.
According to Saba News Agency, an official source confirmed that the pro-aggression government does not have any ability to represent the Yemeni people or their interests as much as it is a mixture of corrupt and terrorists clearly affiliated with Al-Qaeda, ISIS and extremist groups. Moreover, the continuation of dealing with it as a representative of the Republic of Yemen represents a direct prejudice to the dignity and values of the Yemeni people, he added.
The source called on the world to stop ignoring reality and act in a way that preserves its future interests with Sana’a.
The source also called on the countries of the world to consider resuming the activity of their embassies in Sana’a in a way that serves the common interests and elevate bilateral relations to broader horizons.
The source pointed out that the resumption of the work of embassies will allow these countries to see the reality of the situation on the ground, and contribute to the consolidation of peace efforts in Yemen.
The source renewed the commitment of the National Salvation Government to provide all the necessary facilities for the missions approved in Sana’a and to provide the necessary protection for their headquarters and workers, pointing out that Sana’a today enjoys security and stability more than ever.
The source praised the decision of the Islamic Republic of Iran to adopt an ambassador of the Republic of Yemen to Tehran, that reflected the respect of the Iranian leadership for the population and partisan majority of the Yemeni people, a majority that rejects the government of mercenaries as is known.
The source expressed thanks and appreciation for the Islamic Republic’s positions towards the oppression of the besieged Yemeni people and the depth of the realistic and objective view that characterized it towards the situation in Yemen.