In a statement issued, the Supreme Political Council advised the oil companies operating in the countries involved in the aggression against Yemen "to freeze its activity to avoid being exposed to danger if the aggression insisted on continuing its siege and aggression."
The Supreme Political Council assured the Yemeni people that the Armed and Security Forces are able to defend and protect the country and restore its rights.
This comes a few hours after the end of the UN-Sponsored truce, without agreeing to extend it due to the intransigence and evasion of the US-Saudi aggression.
Recently, The Council affirmed that it is studying various options to deal with the new phase imposed by US-Saudi aggression and its mercenaries, noting that it will not allow the truce to turn into a goal that it was just a means to reach a final agreement.
The Council denounced the UN reluctance and presenting a paper that does not meet to Yemeni people's demands and does not establish the peace process, stressing that the Yemeni people can extract their rights from the revenues of their oil and gas wealth that are looted by the aggression and its mercenaries.
It called on everyone to be fully prepared to deal with any situation as a result of the obstructions carried out by the coalition of aggression.
On Saturday, President Mahdi Al-Mashat issued directives to edit the final official correspondence of all companies to completely stop looting wealth.
A statement issued by the Supreme Economic Committee stated that the committee is coordinating with the competent authorities to edit these correspondences, and that it must permanently stop looting Yemeni sovereign wealth, starting at six o'clock in the evening Sunday.
The committee indicated that the communications that will be directed to the companies involved in looting Yemeni wealth will be based on the constitutional texts and Yemeni laws that obligate the state to protect and preserve national wealth.
The Supreme Economic Council confirmed that the Republic of Yemen reserves its legal right to deal with all the looting of Yemeni wealth, which was carefully monitored during the past periods.
Recently, the leader of the Revolution Sayyed Abdulmalik Al-Houthi warned the Saudi-led aggression against continuing to plunder the Yemeni national wealth, warning, at the same time, foreign companies that collude with the coalition in plundering the country's wealth.
Sayyed Abdulmalik made the remarks in a speech broadcast live from the Yemeni capital of Sana’a on Tuesday to commemorate the eighth anniversary of the September 21 revolution against a Saudi-backed regime in the country and its removal from power.
He reiterated the call for the coalition to end the aggression, lift the siege, end the occupation, address the issues of war, treat the damage and take a lesson.
The Leader stressed that the continuation of the aggression is the biggest threat to regional and international peace and its damage will not stop at the borders of Yemen, pointing out that there is no justification for the continuation of the aggression, as its continuation will bring disasters to the countries involved in aggression.
Sayyed Abdulmalik pointed out that the Yemeni people are under siege while the revenues of their oil wealth are stolen instead of spending them on salaries and humanitarian and service benefits.
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