KSA, Coalition support for Yemen appreciated by Saadah tribes


RIYADH – Sa'dah tribal sheikhs have commended stances of Saudi Arabia and the Arab Coalition for the Support of Legitimacy of Yemen, stressing that Saadah's interdependence with the Kingdom is not due to the geographical borders only, but also to the fact that they are rooted in their tribal customs and traditions, pointing out that the Iranian plot in Yemen is working to destroy this interdependence, Saudi Press Agency (SPA) said Thursday night.

"Houthis have turned the governorate from a green basket to a ruin and a shelter for them as well as a site from which they are launching their missile attacks," the sheikhs of Saadah tribes said during a media seminar hosted by the Saudi Ministry of Media here on Thursday.

The tribal chiefs praised the position of the Arab Coalition for the Support of Legitimacy in Yemen, which was represented in the press conference with the participation of the official spokesman of the Coalition, and the consequent confusion and hysterical reactions by Houthi militia and its followers, pointing out that the speech of Prince Khalid Bin Salman, Saudi Ambassador to the United States about the elders of Saadah, had a positive and good impact among the people of Saadah.

The leaders of the tribes of Saadah further said that some of the lured and misled people of Saadah have been behind the firing of missiles to hit their cousins and brothers in the Kingdom, stressing that Houthis have turned Saadah from a secure city, stable and friendly to neighboring countries, to the contrary. — SPA