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Al-Houthis’ Leader Proposes to Surrender Al-Hodeida Seaport for UN Administration, Admits Sever Loses and Vows to Continue Fighting

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Abd Al-Malek Al-Houthi, leader of Al-Houthi militias, agreed on Wednesday June 20th, 2018, to put Al-Hodeida Seaport under direct supervision of the United Nations. In a speech broadcasted on “Al-Maseera” tv channel loyal to Al-Houthis, on Wednesday evening, he said: “We told UN to supervise Al-Hodeida seaport income, in spite of its scarcity, to ends up arguments that Yemeni government incomes come from the seaport”.
Al-Houthi negated the arrival of any Iranian missiles to Yemen through Al-Hodeida seaport. He indicated that the west coast battels didn’t start six days ago. Instead, they started in Midi two and half years ago and recently reached Al-Durihamy al-Dawar.
Although he admitted severe loses among his militias and their withdrawal of several posts, Al-Houthi vowed to continue fighting Al-Hodeida battel to the end.

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