Yemen's ambassador to Tunisia, Nasser Bahabib, stressed the depth of Yemen's relations with Saudi Arabia and the GCC states and the importance of the support they provide to Yemen to help resolve the miserable situation imposed by the Iranian-backed coup militias.
In a joint press conference held today with the Ambassador of Saudi Arabia to Tunisia, Bahebibpresented the facts about the coup, its backgrounds, dimensions and danger to Yemen, neighboring countries, the region and the world, given Yemen's strategic position in the strait of Bab al-Mandab.
He highlighted insistence of the Saudi-led coalition to save Yemen and confront the Iranian-aligned rebels until the liberation of all Yemeni lands and restoration of the legit government.
For his part, the Saudi Ambassador Mohammed Al-Ali stressed the depth of the Yemeni-Saudi relations. He pointed to the Houthi-Salehviolation of international law and human rights and these militias' recruitment of children and their direct involvement in targeting of the security of the Kingdom and neighboring countries with ballistic missiles.
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