Yemeni President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi said on Sunday that the scarcity of financial resources crisis will end soon as the Yemeni authorities have taken a number of actions and efforts in this regard.
Hadi's statement came during a meeting with the Central Bank of Yemen Board of Directors in the interim capital Aden city, southern Yemen, held to discuss the Central Bank status and functions, according to the Yemeni news agency "Sheba".
Hadi pointed to the necessity under which the Central Bank was transferred to Aden, after the coup makers have exhausted its resources to fund their wars.
"Out of our national and humanitarian responsibilities towards our people we will bear the tampering and burden caused by the coup makers. We will collect the resources and pay the dues of the citizens and the public employee." Said Hadi.
Hadi also met with members of the Board of the Aden Chamber of Commerce and Industry and a number of businessmen.
Hadi urged the businessmen to reactivate the trade and investment activities to keep pace with the position and reputation Aden has always maintained at the levels of navigation and free trade.
"Aden today is the interim capital of Yemen, and from Aden we will accomplish the Federal Yemen unanimously agreed on by our Yemeni people who are eager for justice, equality and a decent life." Added Hadi.