Aden's terrorist attacks aimed to destabilise security and stability, says President of Yemen

RIYADH, 7th October, 2015 (WAM) – Yemen's President, Abd Rabbu Mansour Hadi has emphasised the attacks that targeted the interim government's headquarters in Aden, the Yemeni army and the forces of the Arab coalition commands, yesterday were carried out by terrorist elements that sought to destabilise security and stability to serve objectives and alien agenda in Yemeni.

While presiding over a meeting with Yemeni officials today in Riyadh, Hadi pledged that he will move steadily to bail Yemen out of its current status to safety, whatever the challenges may be.

He also reiterated that the terrorist acts will not deter the legitimate government from exercising its work in Aden, and rebuilding the areas affected by the huge destruction caused by Houthi militia, to restore the infrastructure, security and stability, as well as meet the necessary needs of the Yemeni people in various governorates.

During the meeting, they also discussed the latest developments.

President Hadi briefed the officials about his visit to the United Nations where he attended the 70th Regular Session of the UN General Assembly and met with Ban Ki-Moon, UN Secretary General, and a number of officials.

While at the UN, President Hadi seized the opportunity to brief the officials on the position of Yemen's legitimate authority as per the GCC Initiative and its implementation mechanisms, the overall national dialogue output, the Riyadh Conference resolutions on Yemen, and especially on UNSC Resolution No. 2216.

The President of Yemen also issued instructions to all ports in the country to allow the entry of petroleum products, and humanitarian relief to alleviate the suffering of people due to the existing critical situation in the country created the Houthi militia and Saleh group.


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