Former official warns against fragmenting Yemen and Arabian Peninsula region

Aden (Debriefer)
2020-04-12 | Since 1 Week

Saleh Al-Jabwani, Minister of Transport, resigned from the legitimate government of Yemen

A former Yemeni official warned on Sunday against betting on the fragmentation of Yemen, stressing that the countries of the Arabian Peninsula region will not be immune from this.

The resigned Minister of Transport from the internationally recognized Yemeni government, Saleh al-Jabwani, tweeted in response to a tweet by Ahmed Al-Jarallah, the editor-in-chief of the Kuwaiti newspaper, Al-Siyassah, in which he said that "the Yemeni south will be independent from the north and Aden will return to an independent state."

 "The south of Yemen will be within the Yemeni federal state with its six provinces. We will no longer be prisoners of nervousness here and there." Al-Jabwani said.

He added, "It is this federal system that will bring Yemen out of what is in it and restore it as happy and strong as it was."

Al-Jabwani stressed that "betting on fragmentation is dangerous because the countries of the region will not be immune from this, and Saudi Arabia and the UAE will manage this."

The Kuwaiti writer Ahmed Al-Jarallah said that "the south of Yemen will be independent from the north, and Aden will return to an independent state," claiming that "the link with the north has fallen."

He attributed this to the fact that "the Houthis sold the Yemeni north to the state of terrorism Iran," adding that "the sons of the north will take charge of purifying their country from Iran's Houthi militias."

Al-Jarallah saw that the Iranian regime was about to fall, and with it the Houthis will fall.


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