SANAA, U.S. officials tried to pressure the Yemeni government during the days of the traitor Ali Abdullah Saleh for several years to destroy air defense missiles under the pretext of fear that al-Qaeda would acquire them and use them in attacks on civilian airports, an official security source said.
A delegation provided from the United States of America will be from: head of the Office of Weapons Removal in the U.S. Department of State Dennis Hadrick, liaison officer Santo Polizzi, technical expert in the office Niels Talbot and the official of foreign relations of the office at the Ministry of State Department Secretary Laurie Freeman went with the military attache of the Washington Embassy in Sana'a to meet with defense officials at the time and pressure them to hand over the missiles in preparation for their destruction, but they were rejected, the source explained to Saba.
The traitor Ammar Mohammed Abdullah Saleh, at the behest of his uncle Ali Abdullah Saleh, took responsibility for persuading defense ministry officials to withdraw and destroy the missiles with the help of the United States through the Office of Arms Removal in exchange for privileges they receive, the source said.
The security source pointed out that the U.S. delegation began collecting and disrupting missiles since August 2004, and the U.S. delegation agreed to continue negotiations through the National Security Agency because the Ministry of Defense at the time refused to deal with these negotiations.
The security source indicated that the results of the cooperation obtained from the traitor Ali Abdullah Saleh and his nephew, the traitor Ammar Mohammed Abdullah Saleh, with the American delegation in the destruction of air defense missiles with the help of the Company Ronco specialized in dealing with explosives, which contracted with the U.S. State Department To take over the bombing as follows:
The first batch of air defense missiles that were detonated in Al-Ja'd'an area of Marib province on 28 February 2005 with the number of 1078 Sam 7 Strela missiles, 63 Sam 14 missiles and 20 Sam 16B missiles A total of 1,161 missiles were destroyed, while the number of fists for the launch of shoulder-mounted air defense missiles destroyed was 13 fists and the number of missile batteries destroyed 52 batteries, and there is a documentary video of the destruction and destruction will be distributed to various media.
The destruction and destruction of the second batch of air defense missiles on 27 July 2009 at a military base in Wadi Halhalan, Marib province, was followed by 102 air defense missiles, mostly Sam 7 Strela and Sam 14, and two Sam 16 missiles destroyed, while the number of fists for the launch of shoulder-mounted air defense missiles destroyed was 40 fists and 51 missile batteries destroyed.
The number of air defense missiles, shoulder-mounted launch fists and missile batteries of the Yemeni army destroyed by the agreement between the United States of America and traitor Ali Abdullah Saleh and his nephew to 1,263 missiles, 53 fists and 103 batteries, could have contributed to Defending Yemen and reducing massacres of women and children.
The security source said that these facts reveal one aspect of the Destructive U.S. role in Yemen in terms of air defenses other than other roles aimed at destroying the Yemeni army.
Source: Yemen News Agency