SANA'A, May 30 (Saba) - His Excellency Field Marshal Mahdi al-Mashat, President of the Supreme Political Council - Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces, attended Monday in the Capital Sana'a the graduation ceremony of the sixth batch of the Police College and the second batch of women's police.
President al-Mashat explained in the ceremony, the Military Committee has been subject to a discussion this week in Jordan, but it is unfortunate that there is a multiple agenda within the enemy, and many of this internal agenda represented by the mercenaries of aggression, it will be harmed if the suffering of the Yemeni people stops, as for the Foreign agendas which are linked to many countries, led by America and Britain, they have different agendas, and our people are victims of these ambitions, and the agendas that exist within the ranks of this hateful aggression that is being practiced against our country for the eighth year.
Al-Mashat said, "When our military negotiating committee in Amman finds that it is facing a party that does not want to reach a solution and rejects all the options it has proposed, our committee will announce a unilateral initiative that brings down all the conspiracies through which the enemy is trying to exploit the suffering of the people in Taiz."
President al-Mashat stressed that the enemy wants to take advantage of the suffering of the people of Taiz province and is the one who created it, and wants to continue exploiting it, and the mercenaries have agendas to exploit the suffering of Taiz.
He added, "But we promise our honorable brothers in Taiz that we will foil all these conspiracies and all forms of exploitation of the suffering of the people of Taiz, and we will be helpful and supportive of everything that would ease the impact of the siege on the Yemeni people in all provinces."
He added, "We accepted the truce, and a short while ago a Yemeni plane took off, considered the fifth in this truce, which was supposed to be the twentieth or nineteenth plane, which confirms that we are facing a hateful aggression that enjoys the suffering of our dear people."
He continued, "We accepted this truce, knowing that the aggression will not fulfill and will not abide by it, but, taking into account the suffering of our people, we had to ease the siege, so we accepted this truce knowing that it will not abide by it."
Regarding salaries, President al-Mashat said, “We in the Supreme Political Council made our decision more than a year ago, and directed that the revenues of ships in Hodeida be allocated to the salary account for all the people, provided that the forces of aggression and its mercenaries cover the deficit and the gap in the salary amount from the oil and gas revenues looted by the thieves of aggression and its mercenaries."
He renewed the call for the United Nations to put pressure on the aggression and the mercenaries and oblige them to cover the deficit in the salary gap, pointing out that the revenues of the ships in Hodeida, from which the mercenaries demand to pay salaries, are not enough to pay half a salary until after collecting it for several months, but they use it to bid and trade the suffering of the Yemeni people.
resource : Saba
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