"Saudi" security arrangements postpone return of Yemeni prime minister to Aden

Aden (Debriefer)
2019-11-13 | Since 1 Month

Maeen Abdulmalik

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Al-Masdar Online, a source close to the Yemeni government, quoted a government source as confirming that the return of the prime minister to Aden province, which was scheduled today under the Riyadh agreement, has been postponed."

The source said that "logistical reasons related to the arrangement of the Saudis to the Ma`asheeq palace and looted facilities," pointing to "the existence of some security arrangements that also caused the postponement of return."

The source did not specify a date for the return of the Yemeni prime minister to the southern city of Aden, but pointed out that it was scheduled to postpone the return to Wednesday, but "postponed until Friday, to complete some arrangements, and this date is not certain."

It is noteworthy that the Riyadh agreement signed last Tuesday, provides for "the Prime Minister of the current government to work in the interim capital of Aden within a period not exceeding seven days from the date of signing the agreement to activate all state institutions in various provinces to serve the Yemeni citizen."

The Yemeni Deputy Prime Minister, Salem al-Khanbashi, confirmed last Saturday, that "the province of Aden security ready for the return of the government to carry out its work after the receipt of the task of Saudi security forces."

"The government will return to the provisional capital of Aden in the next few days," Khanbashi told the Saudi newspaper Al-Madina in implementation of the terms of the Riyadh agreement between the legitimate government and the UAE-backed transitional council, which was announced and signed last Tuesday in the Saudi capital of Riyadh.

"The government that will return to Aden is composed of a ministerial team whose ministries are linked to the services of the people during this period," Khanbashi said.

 He pointed out that "during this period" there will be no descent and visits to the provinces liberated by the government team.

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