Mohammed al-Houthi warns foreign workers in Saudi oil companies to go home

SANA’A – Mohammed Ali al-Houthi, head of the Supreme Revolutionary Committee of Yemen, has called on all foreign expat workers in the Saudi Aramaco petroleim company to leave Saudi Arabia as soon as possible and to return home in order to ensure that they won’t end up in the crossfire when Yemen retaliates against Saudi petroleum facilities.

“Yemen people are not responsible for any casualties in foreign workers’ ranks in the set targets in the areas under the US-backed Saudi-led coalition and their allies,” al-Houthi declared on Thursday.

The Supreme Revolutionary Committee leader furthermore praised the capacities of the Yemeni Air Force for the successful drone strikes against Saudi petroleum installations, pointing out that the brand new domestically produced Samad 2 drone has shown that it can penetrate Saudi electronic air defence mechanisms.

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