“The general evaluation and studies confirm that economic losses inflicted on the Saudi regime have been huge and its ambitions have not been realized. The Saudi and UAE economies are suffering from economic crises, and continue to decline,” Abdul-Malik al-Houthi said in a televised speech broadcast live from the capital Sana’a on Thursday afternoon, which marked the anniversary of Saudi aggression against its southern neighbor.
He added, “The Saudi military’s failure is a plain fact despite US protection.”
The Ansarullah chief noted that Saudi Arabia and the UAE have unfortunately presented an image of themselves, which is much worse than the Israeli regime.
“[The United States of] America and Israel want Saudi Arabia and the UAE to be depicted as brutal to replace Israel. There is no point in continuing this aggression after all these failures and losses,” Houthi pointed out.
The Ansarullah leader went on to say that the Saudi-led coalition aims to occupy the entire Yemen, and wrest full control over the nation.
He then called on people from all strata of the Yemeni society to stand against the Saudi-led aggression, emphasizing, “Yemeni people will never surrender to aggression forces.”
Houthi highlighted that enemies have been stunned by the resistance and capabilities of the Yemenis in the face of the ongoing Saudi-led war, stating that the foes have desperately sought to sow the seeds of discord and division among Yemeni people but all to no avail.