After the exiled former president of Yemen officially handed powers, Yemen’s Ansarullah movement said the move deprived the United Nations of its excuse to continue supporting the aggressors in the seven-year Saudi-led war.
A senior Yemeni official reacted to a recent report that the Saudi-based Persian Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) is considering inviting the Ansarullah resistance movement and other Yemeni parties for consultations, saying the kingdom cannot be a mediator as it is a perpetrator of the bloody war.
An Ansarullah official said the popular Yemeni resistance movement has inked an agreement with the United Nations to deal with an abandoned oil tanker that is threatening a major environmental disaster near the coast of the war-torn country.
Aid agencies have warned that the possible US designation of Yemen's Ansarullah movement as a "terrorist group" could further deteriorate the already dire humanitarian situation and hinder assistance efforts in the war-torn country.
Yemenis roundly denounced UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres's decision to add the Ansarullah resistance movement to its annual blacklist of parties violating children's rights, describing the measure as “foolish.”
Yemen’s Ansarullah slammed UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres's decision to add the resistance movement to its annual blacklist of parties violating children's rights, describing the measure as “disgraceful”.
The spokesman for Yemen's Ansarullah resistance movement said the United States is pursuing its own interests and plots in the Arab country under the guise of humanitarian issues, and is by no means serious about ending the Saudi-led military aggression and siege against the Yemeni nation.
A member of Yemen’s Supreme Political Council said army forces and their allied fighters from Popular Committees will continue to carry out drone and missile attacks deep inside Saudi Arabia and its regional allies as long as they press ahead with their aggression.
The administration of US President Joe Biden is moving to revoke the designation of Yemen's Ansarullah movement as a terrorist group, citing the need to mitigate the world's worst humanitarian disasters.
Yemeni Foreign Minister in the National Salvation Government Hisham Sharaf Abdullah condemned as “silly” the decision of the administration of former US president Donald Trump to designate the popular Houthi Ansarullah movement as a foreign terrorist organization, saying he might have received huge sums of money for the move.