Marib governor reports to P5 ambassadors to Yemen about situations in governorate
Governor of Marib governorate Sultan al-Eradah engaged in discussions today with the Ambassadors of the Five Permanent Members States of the International Security Council (P5) over the situations in the governorate amid Houthi militia ongoing military operations, besieging al-Abdia District and attacks on civilians using Iran-made ballistic missiles.
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.
User Name: Password:
Govt says impediments, formation of paramilitary militias violates UNSC resolution
[01/02/2018 01:35]

ADEN-SABA
The Government said that the impediments to its function and the formation of paramilitary militias is a violation of the UN Security Council's resolution 2216 on Yemen.

Commenting on the Southern Transitional Council's rebellion acts that drew close to a complete coup d'état against the government in the temporary capital Aden by Tuesday, the Ministry of Foreign issued a statement on Thursday calling what happened "a failed coup attempt."

The statement said: "The Republic of Yemen considers the coup attempt committed by the rebels in Aden, the continuous acts to undermine and impede the work of the legitimate government and the formation of armed militias outside the command of the Armed Forces a blatant violation of the UNSC resolution no. 2216 (2015)."

"Such acts threaten the security of the region, violate the principle goal for which the Arab Coalition … was established."

The statement thanked the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia which mediated the withdrawal of the rebels from government military brigades they had seized. The statement also thanked the brotherly and friendly countries that condemned the rebellion.

The government called on all brotherly and friendly countries to continue supporting Yemen in these hard times in accordance with the international resolutions.

Tensions spilled over into open warfare over the weekend on the streets of Aden, the southern city that has served as the government’s de facto capital.

Separatist forces took over much of the city and by Tuesday evening they had surrounded the presidential palace, where the country’s prime minister, Ahmed bin Dagher, and several other senior government ministers were holed up.



Yemen welcomes UNSC's statement, reiterates its stance in support of peace
Miftah stresses re-organizing UN organization's works in Marib
Yemeni-Egyptian discussions over transport cooperation
Al-Maliki says the coalition carried out operation against Houthi military targets
Saba explores collaboration with BTA
Ambassador Mujalli confers with Polish official over Yemeni nationals trapped on borders with Belarus
Yemen participates in 34th session of the Council of Arab Transport Ministers
Samaritan Purse's interventions in Taiz discussed
Army liberates strategic sites in Marib
Marib Dep. Governor calls on relief organizations to aid thousands IDPs

About Saba News Agency | Usage Agreement | Contact Us