The Minister of Transport calls for correcting the relationship with the UAE or breaking the alliance with it

The Minister of Transport calls for correcting the relationship with the UAE or breaking the alliance with it


Yemeni government Minister of Transport Saleh Algbwani on Wednesday called on the Yemeni government to take a stance to rectify the relationship with the UAE, a partner in the Arab coalition led by Saudi Arabia, or to break the coalition.

In a tweet on his Twitter page, the minister described the relationship between the legitimate  government and Abu Dhabi as "ambiguous" on the backdrop of Abu Dhabi's support for the so-called "Southern Transitional Council " calling for the secession of South Yemen from its north.

"Legitimacy has to take a stance and correct  its relationship with Abu Dhabi or break the alliance with it," he said.

The call  comes against the backdrop of the visit of the president of the "Southern Transition council  ",  Aydaroos Al-Zubaidi to Russia and meeting with the Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Baghdanov .

"We have to take seriously the visits of the leaders of the so-called transition abroad as they travel to those capitals from Abu Dhabi," Al-gbwani said.

Al-gbwani has already accused the UAE of having established tribal armies and loyal geographical area in Yemen, and it is the cause of the breakdown of conditions in the governorates and cities under the control of the Yemeni government.

His call comes days after similar calls by the Governor of al-Mahweet, Saleh Sumaiea, who said in a television show on a local channel from Riyadh that "one of the countries participating in the coalition (without calling it) stands behind all the problems and defeats of the legitimate government."

He stressed the need to remove that party from the Arab coalition, without calling it.


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