Former prime minister: Defending al-Anad begins with Marran and stabilization of Aden comes from Sana liberation

Former prime minister: Defending al-Anad begins with Marran and stabilization of Aden comes from Sana liberation


Former Prime Minister Ahmed Obaid bin Dagher commented on the attack on a military parade at the al-Anad base, stressing that Aden would not settle unless Sanaa was freed from the grip of Houthis rebels.

In a post published on his Facebook page, Ben Dagher said the defense of Al-Anad begins with Marran”Sa’dah” , referring to the stronghold of the al-Houthi group in the north of Yemen, adding "who wanted to settle in Aden starts with  Sanaa, the head of crime, racism, bloodshed, destruction there, and defeat the Houthi coup and Iranian ambitions which is a national necessity, as is the necessity of the Arab nation's security. "

Ben Dagher stressed that the war today is a "war for Freedom of the Republic and the federal State Project, It is a war of necessity and that is waged by the nation led by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia ".

An explosive Houthis drone attacked a military parade at al-Anad base north of Lahij Province, which was attended by the Chief of General Staff and senior military commanders in the fourth military region, killing and injuring several soldiers and officers.


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