Tuesday 26 January 2021
News ID: 86341
Publish Date: 08 January 2021 - 21:16
SANA’A (Press TV) – The prime minister of Yemen’s National Salvation Government has denounced attempts to form an anti-Iran front as part of a joint Zionist-Arab-U.S. project, emphasizing that such bids aim to counter Tehran’s untrammelled support for the Palestinian cause and oppressed Palestinians.
"The normalization of relations between some regional rulers and the Zionist regime is part of the Zionist-Arab-American scheme, and they are now seeking to form an alliance against Iran because it has stood with Palestine,” Abdulaziz bin Habtoor said on Thursday.
He added, "The project of partitioning Arab and Muslim world was drawn more than one hundred years ago in the service of the Zionist plan and the occupation of Palestine.”
Habtoor highlighted that any move that resists the Zionist project in the region will be met with fierce Western opposition.
He said Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have a specific and shared goal to disintegrate Yemen, besides certain plots to cement their dominance and influence in Yemen.
"The UAE seeks to wrest control over a number of Yemeni cities, islands and bases, and Saudi Arabia wants to dominate other sectors,” Habtoor noted.
The Yemeni prime minister then dismissed attempts by the Saudi-led coalition member states to present a united front as "a big lie,” stating they will turn on each other and clash in the future due to profound differences existing among them.
Separately, a member of the Yemeni Supreme Political Council on Thursday welcomed the appointment of Iranian Ambassador to Sana’a, Hassan Irloo, stating that the step broke the diplomatic embargo that the Saudi-led coalition had imposed on the country.
Major General Sultan al-Samaei pointed to the deeply historical ties between Yemen and Iran, underlining that the Yemeni nation’s resistance embodies the axis of resistance that the Islamic Republic of Iran and Yemen are part of and their common stance against colonial powers, spearheaded by the Zionist regime and its allies.
Irloo, for his part, said Iran will not hesitate to support Yemeni people by transferring its capabilities in all fields.
The Iranian envoy stressed that relations between Tehran and Sana’a will witness broader cooperation in various spheres.


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