Prime Minister Mo'eenAbdulmalik discussed with Saudi Ambassador to Yemen a number of issues in Yemen, especially results of Swede consultations, which proved to the International Community government's keenness on realizing just and inclusive peace on the bases of the three references.
These references are the Gulf Initiative and its Implementation Mechanism, the outcomes of the National Dialogue Conference and the UN Resolution 2216.
In the meeting held on Thursday, Prime Minister pointed out that the rebel militia still practicing different forms of violations and breaches and have not committed to agreements of withdrawing from Hodeida Province.
He praised Saudi positions supporting Yemen, confirming that history will not forget Arab help led by King Salman and his Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman for rescuing Yemen from blatant Iranian interferences in the country through its Houthi hands.
He confirmed significance of focusing on investing support in fields of economy and development, providing humanitarian assistances, supporting the Central Bank of Yemen, working on keeping exchange prices stable and increasing cash for helping the government on opining commercial accredits to alleviate suffering of the Yemeni people and meeting their needs.
For his part, the Saudi Ambassador confirmed his country's keenness on the security, stability and unity of Yemen, confirming also that the Saudi government will continue its support to President Hadi's government and the Yemeni people for facing Houthi coup.