Minister of Defense General Lieutenant Mohammad al-Da'iri discussed Monday with Ambassador of the European Union Gabrie Vinales a number of issues led by harmony between terrorist militias; Houthis, al-Qaeda and Daesh to destabilize liberated provinces.
" There is clear cooperation between terrorist groups, al-Qaeda, Daesh and Houthi militia, which confirms they are two faces to one coin," said defense minister.
Recently, Houthi militia released a number of terrorists from prisons and directed them towards liberated provinces in an attempt to destabilize security and stability and spreading chaos, he added.
He confirmed that military units under the Presidential Leadership Council are fighting terrorist groups, which destabilize public stability. In the same time, they deter Houthi militia's breaches to the UN Truce in different places.
He added that the armed forces are abiding by the truce despite Houthi militia's continuous incitements and violations.
He expressed admiration for more material and financial support and mobilizing international positions led by the EU to enable the legitimacy regain the state and realize security and stability.
For his part, the EU ambassador denounced Houthi militia's continuous violations to the UN Truce and the militia's violations of human rights.
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