YEMEN Press Agency

Yemeni revolutionary leader denies any truce with coalition states 

SANAA, June 14 (YPA) – Head of the Supreme Revolutionary Committee, Mohammed Ali al-Houthi, on Wednesday denied reports talking about an agreement on a truce with Saudi-led coalition countries.

“What is said about a truce is not true, and the battles are going on daily,” al-Houthi said.

Al-Houthi stressed that the Yemeni people were not affected by the psychological warfare war, because they proved their ability to confront invaders through the attrition war, and will continue until defeating the coalition forces.

He revealed about a British implicit recognition of the US participation with the Saudi-led coalition in the attack on Yemen’s western city of Hodeidah in an attempt to occupy it.

“Britons told us a week ago that Emiratis and Saudis have confirmed that they will not enter the battle of Hodeidah unless they agree and help them,” said al-Houthi in his Twitter account on Wednesday.

Al-Houthi held Britain and the United States of America responsible for any new battle in Hodeidah and its catastrophic consequences on Yemeni people.