PM: to manage challenges, govt must be created as soon as possible
The designated Prime Minister Dr. Ma’een Abdulmalik stated that relation with the Saudi-led Arab Coalition is a matter of joint fate, national security and security and stability of the region against Iran’s schemes to ignite sectarian conflict in the region to serve its political and military expansion and control over Arab region.
In an interview with the Saudi daily “Ukadh” he appreciated the Kingdom’s commitment to support the Yemeni government headed by President Hadi to restore that state and eliminate Houthi militia’s coup. He cited the Kingdom’s sponsorship of Riyadh Agreement as a case-in-point for the joint cooperation between the Yemeni government and the Saudi-led coalition in support of legitimacy.
Dr.said” We do count upon the wisdom of all stakeholders to put Riyadh Agreement in place, work together hand-in- hand under the legitimate leadership led by President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi to unify the efforts to restore the state, end the coup and provide the people with services and allay their suffering”.
The Prime Minister added” there is no way to manage the challenges but to form the new government as soon as possible, a government that is above political disputes and an instrument to handle them, operate on the ground in the temporary capital Aden and to be empowered to do its duties.
About assigning Iranian ambassador in Sana’a, Dr. Ma’een stated that the regime of Mullah in Tehran has long history of breaching the diplomatic laws and rules that govern relations between countries, Iran has a bad record of assaults on embassies and diplomats. So dispatching what it called its ambassador to Sana’a comes within the course of its dishonoring its international obligations.