President Hadi: We’ve no choice but to eliminate coup, restore the state
The President of the Republic, Commander-in-Chief stated that eradicating Houthi militia’s coup d’état and restoring the official authority is imperative to put an end of the chaos, violence and bring things to the right path.
” Following several hard-hitting years of the militia’s destruction it is very clear that our peoples have no other option but to remove the coup and restore the state that can ensure the interests of the whole fellows and secure everybody, this is imperative”, he said.
In his address to the nation on the eve of the 58th Anniversary of the 26th of September Revolution, President Hadi recalled the dark ages of the imamate theocratic ruling. He paid tributes to the Yemeni revolutionists who revolted against the imamate oppressive dynasty, extended great deal of sacrifices in blood and treasures until eradicate the outdated theocratic monarch and established the republican regime.
The President blamed Houthi militia for the economic hardships and the exacerbated humanitarian situation due to the militia’s insistence on the war, refusing to come to peace.
” We extended our hands for peace, dealt responsibly with peace options, extended significant concessions, in the hope of maintaining our country which has been exhausted by the war and disasters, we’ve continued to extend our hands for peace, but everyone knows the obstacles and the militia’s insistence on the war”, said Hadi.
The President pointed out to Riyadh Agreement describing it a significant road map and safe conduit to new phase of peace instead of internal divisions and conflicts.
He said ” speeding up the measures of implementing Riyadh Agreement will contribute to boost political stability, improve security and basic services”, he said.
The President called on the International Community (IC) to push for peace.” The IC is required to push the militia for the fair, and sustainable peace that is based on the peoples’ right, will and respects their options”, he said.