Yemen split Saudi Arabia's condition to stop attacks

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Yemen
Monday, 04 May 2015

Mohammed bin Salman, the Saudi defense minister and the deputy crown prince said Saudi Arabia is ready to declare a ceasefire and a cessation of attacks on Yemen, provided that Yemen give Hazar al-Mout province to Saudi Arabia.

He pointed out that we have targeted all the Yemen's infrastructure and facilities and the first phase of attacks is over, he also mentioned Saudi Arabia's need to access to Arabian Sea as one of the main targets of Yemen invasion and said Yemen splitting and accession Hazar al-Mout province to Saudi Arabia and Saudi Arabia's connection to Sea through the port city of Al-Mokala, would be the main condition to start ceasefire and any negotiations

It is said that Saudi Arabia has long sought to implement this policy in Yemen and design of oil pipeline through the territory of Yemen and Hazar al-Mout province and deliver crude oil through the port city of Al-Mokala to high seas and the Indian Ocean; Hadi Mansour government has been already agreed on it with Riyadh.

Now that Saudi Arabia has failed to crush the will of the people of Yemen and also Ansarullah trying to meet its needs and seeking concessions from Yemeni people to be present at the negotiating table.

They began war in order to defend the holy sanctuaries and Islamic countries were invited to defend the integrity of Islam but changed to a geopolitical and territorial war

This statement shows Saudi king deceived leaders of the Arabic countries, especially Abdel Alfatah Sisi and United Arabic Emirates and abused their capacity to serve the interests of its country. According to Mohammed bin Salman Yemen split will undermined Oman's national security and will create strategic dilemma for this country.

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