Members of the Yemeni parliament confirmed on Sunday their support to the government and the Arab Coalition's intervention to restore the Yemeni state and force the Houthi putschists to come back to peace talks.
In a statement they issued during consultative session they held here on Sunday, the MPs said that they think the Houthi return to talks "will not be realized except by a decisive victory against them which communicates to them the message that they won't be able to counter the national will and international support to that will."
The army has advanced to the city and "seized its airport in preparation for retaking the seaport and city without the bloodshed and destruction that Houthis plan for by piling up arms in the city's neighborhoods to make the bill of the liberation operation huge ."
"They think that this move will bring them international support especially from some suspicious international organizations that play a political part on behalf of certain regional powers."
"The Yemeni people including its political actors realize that the calls for suspending the Hodeidah battle are but a desperate attempt to spare the putschists the severest of the defeats."
They said that overstating the humanitarian crisis at the expense of the Houthi putschists' guilt in triggering it won't be a successful cover-up on the facts.
"The parliament is reminding the international community that this war was imposed on our people when this (Houthi) guerilla of seasoned and Iran-trained killers began to attack state institutions and undermine Yemen's republican system."