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Yemen govt spokesman says country mostly free from Houthis

Houthis used weapons to impose their political views on the Yemeni people, says government spokesman Rajeh Badi

Yemen govt spokesman says country mostly free from Houthis

By Abdullah Saad

SANAA, Yemen

Yemeni government spokesman Rajeh Badi spoke to Anadolu Agency about the crisis in his country, saying that the national army and popular resistance committees had freed most provinces from the Houthis and are now looking to take back the cites of Sanaa, Amran and Saada. 

"We call on the Houthis to understand the lesson after their defeat in most of Yemen’s cities," he told Anadolu Agency speaking from Doha, Qatar.

"We urge them to implement UN Security Council resolution 2216," adding that "any solution outisde the Security Council resolution is completely unacceptable."

On April 14, UNSC Resolution 2216 – which was drafted by members of a Saudi-led anti-Houthi coalition and submitted by Jordan – was endorsed by 14 countries at the United Nations Security Council.

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