Houthi leader Mohammed Ali Al-Houthi, president of "the Revolutionary Committee of Yemen," warned the British, the Europeans, and the Americans: "Stop your support of Saudi Arabia so that it will stop bombing us. If you continue, we will continue to shell Aramco and other vital facilities." Speaking on France 24 TV on March 31, he said that "the Yemeni people has managed to neutralize" the two-trillion-dollar Aramco company, and hinted that "if they continue with their aggression," the Saudi NEOM project, which is largely based on Aramco, would be in jeopardy.
Mohammed Ali Al-Houthi: "In this war, all our options are open, just like the [Saudi] options against the Yemeni people are open. They are constantly targeting civilians, villages, and cities. We continue to be more reasonable than them. We have not yet targeted civilians or other things. But let me tell you from here that the so-called NEOM project, which is based on Aramco, which will be sold on the British stock exchange... We tell them that if they continue with their aggression, our missiles will continue to fall on Aramco. The Yemeni people has managed to neutralize the largest Saudi economic enterprise, which is said to be worth two trillion dollars. They were planning to invest those two trillion dollars in the NEOM project. We say to the British, the Europeans, and the Americans: Stop your support of Saudi Arabia so that it will stop bombing us. If you continue, we will continue to shell Aramco and other vital facilities. This way, we will have a mutual deterrence with this arrogant enemy, which has been bombing us for three years."