The head of Yemen’s Supreme Revolution Committee has upheld the Saudi Coalition responsible for provoking fire in Aden’s refinery.
According to Erna’s report, Muhammad Ali Alhushi, chief of Yemen’s Supreme Revolution Committee, has said that Yemen’s Armed Forces and Ansarullah’s soldiers are trying to match peace with the attackers and establish peace and stability in Yemen.
Yemen’s Armed Forces spokesman, Ehia Sariyah, has also said that the armed forces of the country and the Air Force and Self-Defense forces did not take any action during the last 24 hours.
Yemen’s local sources said on Friday that a repository of Aden’s refinery came under fire because of a fierce blast.
Proponents of Yemen’s resignation at the port of Eden are occupied by the agents of the President Mansoor Hadi and the Saudi Coalition agents.
It is worth mentioning that Saudi Arabia, in collaboration with a number of its allies, launched a war against Yemen in March 26, 2015, which continues even after four years have elapsed.
Saudi Arabia had announced that it was aiming to wage war against Yemen, escaping from Sania, to reinstate former Yemeni President Mansur Hadi, who took refuge in Riyaz, and to remove Hassi Andalon from power.