Prime Minister of Lebanon Sa'ad al-Hariri met Wednesday with Yemen's Ambassador to Lebanon Abdullah al-Duais who acquainted the prime minister with latest developments in Yemen, especially after regaining the transitional capital of Aden from the so-called Southern Transitional Council.
Al-Duais confirmed continuing government's efforts for ending Houthi militia's coup, regaining the state and imposing the rule of law, pointing out that the recent incidents showed great awareness of Yemeni people for liberation from rebelled militias.
The meeting tackled Israeli aggression against Lebanon after falling down two Israeli drones in southern suburb and Hariri acquainted al-Duais with developments after the aggression and measures taken by the Lebanese government including demand to the UN and Security Council to denounce the attack and violating Resolution 1701.
Al-Duais confirmed Yemen's support to Lebanon and to all measures and policies taken by the government in international forums.
For his part, al-Hariri reconfirmed support of Lebanon to the government of Yemen for protecting its unity, security and stability.