SANA'A, Mar 27 (Saba) – Tens of thousands of Yemenis took to the streets of the capital Sanaa on Monday to mark the third anniversary of steadfastness in the face of Saudi-led coalition aggression.
The mass rally took place at Sabeen Square in the capital of Sana’a.
The protesters carried Yemeni flags and photos of the victims of the brutal Saudi military campaign.
They also held banners denouncing Riyadh's airstrikes and calling for resistance against the military aggression.
In the march, President of the Political Council, Saleh al-Sammad announced the launching of state building project to be coincided with the beginning of the fourth Year of steadfastness in the face of Saudi-led coalition aggression on Yemen.
The President said, “as we launch this project, we know that the road is too long and full of difficulties and challenges, especially under Saudi-led aggression, but we have the capabilities to build a state”.
“Our battle today is to defend Yemen and to regain its independence and build the state”, al-Sammad said.
He called on all the internal national forces involved in the ranks of the Saudi-led aggression to sit on the dialogue table in order to solve the issues.