What happend to Saudi Arabia’s merecnaries in Yemen!
Hadi’s government escalated against international moves to achieve peace in Hodeida.
While his West Coast spokesman, Waddah Al-Dabeish, continued his attack on the international mission in the city, calling for the resumption of military operations as a solution, the Islahi governor, Hassan Taher, called for an end to dealing with the UN envoy.
This coincides with the return of air strikes, which reached during the past hours about 17 raids hit the areas of Ras Isa and Kamaran Island.
The escalation comes with the visit of the UN envoy to Sana’a and criticism of the head of the international mission, Abhijit Joha, to escalate the coalition.
A former military commander of Hadi’s presidential protection brigades has warned against igniting the military situation in Yemen’s southern port city of Aden
Khaled al-Wahishi, commander of the 3rd Brigade, said the UAE’s Southern Transitional Council (STC) intends to blow up the situation militarily against Hadi’s forces and blow them up outside Aden.
He explained in a post on his Facebook page that if the STC intends to blow up the military situation. They have both to get out of the city to the al-Alam and Haror areas and meet there to eliminate each other, away from the citizens and cities of Aden, Abyan and Lahj.
Head of Hadi’s government Moeen Abdulmalik on Monday arrived in the occupied Aden province on a Saudi plane.Abdulmalik was received at Aden airport by a Saudi commander of the coalition forces in Aden named “Abu Ibrahim.”
The arrival of the prime minister in Hadi’s government in Aden comes after major disagreements that hit the first points of Riyadh agreement.
The head of the National Committee for Prisoners Affairs in Sanaa, Abdul Qadir al-Mortadha, confirmed that the coalition and Hadi’s forces have reneged on the UN-sponsored prisoner exchange agreements reached in Sweden and Amman.
In tweets late on Friday, al-Mortadha confirmed that they (coalition and Hadi government) have refused to open their prisons to the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC).
Commander of the so-called special forces of exiled Hadi in Abyan province on Thursday called on all the forces to raise the high combat readiness, in preparation for confronting the UAE-backed Southern Transitional Council’s militia.
In a meeting of military and security leaders of Hadi’s forces in the coastal city of Shoqra, a security commander close to the Interior Minister Ahmed al-Maisari named Mohamed al-Auban demanded raising the readiness to confront the transitional council’s militia and expel them from Abyan.
After international media reported that there is a peace talks in Oman between Sanaa and Riyadh. Hadi’s advisor, Abdul Aziz al-Jabbari, expressed a shocking position on the status of the “Hadi’s government” of those talks, stressing that there are fears of Saudi betrayal of Hadi’s “legitimacy.”
“The government of legitimacy has remained in the dark about what the Saudis are negotiating with the Houthis,” al- Jabbari told The Associated Press.
Jabbari also expressed his fear that Saudi Arabia would be able to contact a deal with the Houthis to end the war in areas under their control, saying that “this would be a grave mistake and deeply regrettable on the part of the Saudis.”
Deputy governor appointed by exiled Hadi’s government looted two government generators belonging to central bank in Taiz province, activists published .Abdual-Qawi al-Mikhlafy looted the generators and rented them to private electricity companies in al-Aurdhy neighbourhood.
The cost of one generator exceeds 100 million riyals, where they are rented for one million riyals a day, activists added.
Saudi authorities prevented officials in Hadi’s government from attending the signing ceremony of Riyadh agreement to be held Tuesday in the Saudi capital, media sources said.
The lists that have been lifted from “Hadi’s office” to the Saudi side on the names of Yemeni personalities who will attend the signing ceremony has not been approved by the Saudi side, the sources added.
Saudi forces expelled Hadi’s officials in Shabwah province and the commander of the 21st Brigade from Al-Ghaydah airport and prevented them from entering the airport, informed sources reported.
According to the sources, the commander of Saudi forces at Ataq airport, refused to meet the Deputy governor of Shabwah Abdulqawi LamrMarouq and commander of the 21st Brigade of Hadi’s forces named Majdal Hanash Al-Ateiqi, and issued an order not to enter the airport.
In March 2015, the US -backed –Saudi-led coalition started a war against Yemen with the declared aim of crushing the Houthi Ansarullah movement, who had taken over from the staunch Riyadh ally and fugitive former president Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi, while also seeking to secure the Saudi border with its southern neighbor. Three years and over 600,000 dead and injured Yemeni people and prevented the patients from travelling abroad for treatment and blocked the entry of medicine into the war-torn country, the war has yielded little to that effect.
Despite the coalition claims that it is bombing the positions of the Ansarullah fighters, Saudi bombers are flattening residential areas and civilian infrastructures.
More than 2,200 others have died of cholera, and the crisis has triggered what the United Nations has described as the world’s worst humanitarian disaster.