Vice President, Hodeida Governor discuss Houthi terrorism
Vice President Ali Mohsen Saleh discussed Monday with Governor of Hodeida Hassan Taher latest developments in liberated areas.
The meeting touched upon a number of issues in Hodeida led by Houthi militia continuous violations against Hodeida people, hindering access of UN mission to Safir Oil Tanker and targeting international maritime navigation.
Vice President pointed out that Iran-backed Houthi militia’s terrorist acts pose threat to international maritime navigation by throwing sea mines and directing booby-trapped boats for targeting trade ships and vital coastal areas.
He confirmed keenness of the legitimacy under President Hadi on realizing just peace, providing many concessions amid Houthi militia’s stubbornness and rejection of all peace choices and solutions to the crisis.
He called upon the international community and the UN to exert more pressure on Houthi militia to stop Houthi militia’s crimes in Hodeida.
For his part, Governor Taher provided detailed report to the vice president on field situations in Hodeida and continuous Houthi militia’s military escalation, neglecting Stockholm Agreement.