"The countries of aggression are mistaken in considering security their monopoly while continuing to launch aggression and siege on Yemen, killing civilians and destroying civilian facilities," Abdulsalam wrote in a post published on his Twitter page.
He stressed that the United Arab Emirates (UAE) will have no security or stability if Yemen has not.
On Monday, the head of the National Delegation warned the UAE that the country’s military and economic facilities would be targeted by the Yemeni Armed Forces if it continued its aggression against the country.
"As long as the aggression against us continues, we will continue to respond, and this is a defensive and legitimate position," Abdusalam told Al-Masirah Network. "If the UAE decides not to be targeted, it should not target others, and when the enemy stops attacking our country, only then do our retaliatory attacks stop."
He added that the Security Council is governed by American interests, and the latest statement did not bring anything new. "The Arab League has become an office affiliated with the Saudi embassy in Egypt."
Abdulsalam pointed out that the Arab peoples support Yemen and "there are some courtesies and mutual benefits within the framework of marginal positions that will not affect us."
The head of the National Delegation considered that "ballistic missiles could not be intercepted by Patriots. Otherwise, why did they wait for them to reach over their heads in Abu Dhabi?"
He believed that the designation of Ansarullah as a terrorist organization is linked to American interests and is not subject to the desires of Saudi Arabia and the UAE, and this designation is of no value and will never affect the course of the battle.
"We did not target the UAE during the years when it did not lead a military escalation in Yemen, and when it came back, we came back," Abdulsalam affirmed, considering that the UAE position is wrong by all accounts, as it is blatantly interfering in Yemen without justification.
The head of the National Delegation indicated that the Emirati escalation came as a result of the American and Israeli push and an attempt to complete control of the south.
The spokesman for Yemeni Armed Forces Brigadier General Yahya Sare'e stated at a press conference in the capital Sana’a on Monday that Yemeni Army had hit al- Dhafra Air Base, located approximately 32 kilometers (20 miles) south of Abu Dhabi, as well as other designated sites on the outskirts of the Emirati capital with barrages of Zulfiqar ballistic missiles during Operation Yemen Hurricane II (E'sar Al-Yemen 2).
Sare'e noted that important targets in Dubai were struck with indigenous long-endurance Sammad-3 unmanned aerial vehicles.
The senior military official went on to say that Yemeni Armed Forces also used squadrons of Sammad-1 and Qasef-2K combat drones to hit a number of military camps in the Sharurah town of Saudi Arabia’s southern region of Najran.
“Additionally, a number of vital targets and strategic sites in [the kingdom’s] Jizan and ‘Asir regions were targeted with several ballistic missiles,” Sare'e said, emphasizing that the designated locations were hit with high precision.
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