Two sources in the Yemeni presidency revealed the details of President Abd Rabbo Mansour Hadi’s meetings today, Sunday, with his advisory board, the parliament leadership, and the prime minister-designate, in the capital
Two sources in the Yemeni presidency revealed the details of President Abd Rabbo Mansour Hadi’s meetings today, Sunday, with his advisory board, the parliament leadership, and the prime minister-designate, in the Saudi capital, Riyadh.
A source in the Yemeni presidency said in exclusive statements to “Erm News”: “The meetings were good and positive and carried a great convergence of viewpoints, and they were heralds of openness and an imminent breakthrough.”
The source, who preferred to remain anonymous, indicated that President Hadi “managed to solve all the differences and obstacles that were an obstacle to announcing the new government and to begin implementing the provisions. The Riyadh Agreement”.
Another source added that the meetings “confirmed the existence of great harmony between President Hadi and the Chairman of the Southern Transitional Council, Major General Aidaroos Al-Zubaidi, regarding the formation of the government, the removal of military forces and their withdrawals from cities towards the fronts.”
And the second source continued: “It is likely that President Hadi will issue a republican decision announcing the government within the next two days, and its announcement will not exceed the end of this week at the latest.”
The source pointed out that the leaks circulating about the survival of the current controversial interior minister, Ahmed Al-Maysari, are incorrect.
Regarding the start of the implementation of the military and security part of the terms of the “Riyadh Agreement,” the source clarified that it was agreed to start mutual military withdrawals from the cities immediately after the new government announced its return to Aden.
The source emphasized that “there is no obstacle left today standing in front of the government’s announcement and its return to Aden this week,” noting that any delay in implementing this “will complicate matters and conditions further.”