Ambassador of Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) to Yemen Mohammed Saeed al-Jaber stated security is shared by Yemen and KSA, it is part and parcel, we can't separate it in the two countries.
His statement came as he made a contribution to a seminar organized by King Faisal Center for Islamic Studies and Research in collaboration with Saudi Program for Development and Reconstruction in Yemen on Wednesday evening in Riyadh.
Al-Jaber said that Yemen has moved from the phase of offering relief and humanitarian aids into another stage: reconstruction and development.
Al-Jaber, who is General Supervisor of the Saudi Program for Development and Reconstruction in Yemen added:" We can't separate Yemen's security from the Kingdom's… and Yemen has been facing multiple political and security challenges, most formidable of all is: Houthi militia which is militarily, politically backed by Iran".
Al-Jaber went on saying" Development goals in Yemen faced by chronicle challenges such as poverty, unemployment and shortages of the state's institutions function, … the Saudi Program for Development and Reconstruction aims to develop infrastructure , improve basic services, create job opportunities, neutralize terrorist groups".
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