Sana’a warns Washington: any hostile action will be a historic mistake, and you will bear the consequences

Sana’a, through its Deputy Foreign Minister Hussein Al-Azzi, issued a warning to Washington on Monday, cautioning against any hostile action towards Yemen, deeming it a “historic mistake.”

Sana’a – Al-Khabar Al-Yemeni:

Al-Azzi stated in a post on the “X” platform that the US should modify its behavior towards the peoples of the region, including the Yemeni people, before it’s too late. He offered what he described as advice to the US, urging them to “avoid any new foolishness” in order to preserve peace.

The Foreign Minister of Sanaa in the caretaker government issued a threat, saying, “Any hostile action would be a grave mistake, and at that time, it would not be wise to remind us about respecting any laws because our people, without hesitation, will put laws that do not respect them underfoot.”

Earlier, the President of the Supreme Political Council, Mahdi Al-Mashat, revealed that “Washington threatened to resume the war,” affirming that these threats, which came in response to Sanaa’s supportive stance towards the Palestinian people and their resistance, do not intimidate Sana’a.

Weeks ago, Washington sent warships to the region under the banner of “deterrence” and claimed that they would seek to ensure that no regional party supports Palestinian resistance in the “Al-Aqsa Flood” of battle.

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