Middle East(IP): The Yemeni National Salvation Government has announced that the patience of the Yemeni people in the face of the disgusting violations of the Saudi aggressor coalition in the Yemeni islands has come to an end.

Iran PressMiddle East: According to Al-Masira on Monday, the Yemeni National Salvation Government said in a statement: “The occupiers’ constructions in the provinces of Al-Mehra and the two islands of Socotra and Muon are in violation of international law and will provoke the free people of Yemen to respond.”

According to the statement, the terrorist behavior of the Saudi, Emirati and American occupiers in the Yemeni islands directly affects the national security of Yemen and the region.

The Yemeni National Salvation Government said: “The patience of the Yemeni people will never be prolonged in the face of the abominable violations of the aggressors in the Yemeni islands, and they will resort to using the appropriate option.”

At the end of the statement, it is stated: "Any company that signs an agreement with the mercenaries of the aggressor coalition, all legal actions will be taken against it."

Yemeni Foreign Minister Hisham Sharaf two days ago, while emphasizing that the actions of the United Arab Emirates in the islands of Socotra and Muon are contrary to international law, said: "The Yemeni government will not be indifferent to these developments."

He warned the UAE officials, saying: “If you do not leave our lands and islands, fire lava will reach you soon.”

The UAE has recently built a military runway as well as military buildings on the island of Muon, overlooking the Bab al-Mandeb Strait.

Abu Dhabi moved its military base from Eritrea to Muon in mid-February.

The base, built by the UAE in Eritrea in 2015, included a port and airport used to transport heavy weapons and Sudanese forces involved in the war against the Yemeni people.

Meanwhile, Yemen insists that the UAE is trying to pave the way for the presence of the Zionist regime to the island of Socotra with these measures.

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