What reflect the views of the government are only the remarks from its head or spokesman , the prime minister, Ahmed Obeid bin-Daghr said today.
In a post on his Facebook account, bin-Daghr said the addresses, statements and releases issued from the premier's office represent the government, as well do the remarks from the government's spokesman. "This is a statement for those seeking to know the truth. So everybody has to beware, we are by the side of the legitimacy, the side of (president) Abdu R. Mansour Hadi, the outcomes of the National Dialogue, the GCC Initiative and the UNSC resolutions." the premier said.
"We are with the Arab coalition headed by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the UAE and all coalition member countries in confronting the enemy," he added.
"We are also for the unity of national ranks in countering the Saleh-Houthi coup as a primary cause. We are against the slandering of whoever we disagree with, even as we do not accept their attitudes," the premier said.
"Let alone the nationalistic figures whom we see no reason to slander. Such acts do not measure up. All sideline battles and sub-conflicts will only serve the enemy."
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