SHAFAQNA – Hossein Amir Abdollahian, Iran ’s deputy foreign minister for Arab and African affairs has forecast that the Saudi Arabia-led collation’s air strikes in Yemen will stop in the next few hours.
Amir Abdollahian made the remarks in a press conference with his counterparts from Syria and Switzerland on April 21, Iran ’s state-run IRINN TV reported live.
The Iranian diplomat did not unveil further information on the issue, expressing hope that his prediction would become clear in the next few hours.
An international military operation kicked off on March 26 in Yemen against the Houthis, with involvement of the armed forces of a number of Arab states led by Saudi Arabia.
Over the past three weeks Yemen has suffered the onslaught of the Saudi-led coalition. Hundreds of civilians have died and crucial state infrastructures have been destroted — food factories, food warehouses, power stations, homes, farms, hospitals and schools.