Search For:
Local
International
Economic
Sports
Last Update: ، 2021/01/25 Time 01:18:57
Int’l community’s leniency with Houthis worked up their appetite for terrorism, says Eryani
Yemen’s Information Minister said the international community’s six year leniency with Houthis “worked up their appetite” for terrorism.
Secretary-General of the Arab League calls for assisting Yemenis
(Saba)- Secretary-General of the Arab League A hmed Aboul-Gheit on Monday appealed to the international community and humanitarian organizations to immediately provide assistance and relief to Yemenis.
Wall Street Closing
U.S. stocks closed higher Wednesday after the Federal Reserve (Fed) took a less aggressive stance than expected.
Yemen reaches 124th place in FIFA's monthly ranking
The national football team has moved up one place in FIFA's new monthly ranking reaching the 124th as published by the FIFA on Thursday.
Latest News:
Int’l community’s leniency with Houthis worked up their appetite for terrorism, says Eryani
Health Minister meets with UNPF Representative
Interior Minister, MSF France official discuss humanitarian activities
FM, AL Secretary General discuss latest developments
Interior Ministry ensures safe environment for international organization, says minister
User Name: Password:
  President
Hadi demands Saudi intervention to stop Emirati support for militias in Yemen
[29/08/2019 08:25]

ADEN-SABA
President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi has renewed his demands to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to intervene to stop the blatant Emirati interferences; by supporting rebel militias and backing them with aerial strikes against the armed forces.

In a statement read on his behalf on the national TV, Hadi said separatist paramilitary militias including the Elite Forces and the Southern Transitional Council seized the temporary capital Aden on August 11 and have since expanded northward and eastward to Lahj and Shabwa with support, financing and planning from the UAE. When the national warriors started to reverse their expansion the UAE warplanes started striking the army.

Hadi said the militias are committing the most heinous crimes against unarmed civilians using Emirati arsenal of weapons to materialize the goals of their Emirati financiers; diving Yemen.

Hadi, however, directed the government "to take all the necessary measures to confront this blatant aggression" saying "we were not intimidated by Iran's arms and militias and likewise we will not be intimidated by the warplanes of the aggressors against our country."

Hadi vowed to regain the temporary capital Aden from sepratists and the capital Sana'a from Houthi rebels.
Hadi thanked the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia represented by its King and Crown Prince for affirming their support to Yemen's unity and security.



  More of President
President Hadi praises the GCC's supportive stances in support of Yemen
New public prosecutor sworn in
Newly appointed Shura members sworn in
Republican decrees appointing Cabinet Secretary General, Ambassador in FM issued
Presidential decree appointing General Prosecutor to the republic issued
President Hadi offers condolences on the Indonesian plane crash
President Hadi receives the UN's envoy to Yemen
President Hadi receives a letter from Djiboutian President
Hadi stresses imperative of unified countering of criminal designs
Hadi: Houthi terror attacks won't prevent gov't from exercising its mission in Aden
Beaking News
Interior Minister, MSF France official discuss humanitarian activities

FM, AL Secretary General discuss latest developments

Interior Ministry ensures safe environment for international organization, says minister

MASAM' removes 1446 landmines in the 3rd week of January

PM directs Electricity Ministry to draw improvement plan for next summer

Houthi-laid landmine injures one man in north Yemen’s Aljawf

Ambassador Assallal explores more Canadian humanitarian aids in 2021

Hodeidah governor, Khowkha officials discuss 2021 plan

PM, his Moroccan counterpart confer over range of issues

Humanitarian cooperation for relocating displaced people to camps discussed



National Conference