Yemeni Ambassador to Jordan Ali Al-Amrani strongly attacked the UAE and its criminal conspiracies in his country, stressing that Abu Dhabi’s danger to his country is larger than the threat posed by Iran.
“The UAE’s threat to Yemen has surpassed that of Iran,” he said in a tweet on his Twitter account. No one expected this even in the worst nightmares. ”
“This recognizes all Yemenis, even those whom the UAE has linked to personal interests to buy their silence or loyalty,” said Omrani, the former information minister.
In another tweet, al-Omrani wrote, “Can the UAE revise its agenda in Yemen quickly and urgently, for its own benefit and for the interest of Yemen and the Arab alliance? This is what we have hoped and talked about before.”
Earlier, the Yemeni government accused the UAE of bombing the military situation in Shabwa province, southeast of Yemen.
The spokesman for the legitimate Yemeni government Rajeh Badi said in a statement published by the Yemeni News Agency (Saba), that the command of the UAE forces in Balhaf in Shabwa province is responsible for the bombing of the military situation and an attempt to storm the city of Ataq, the capital of the province.
He also said that the UAE has bombed the situation in Ataq despite the great efforts of Saudi Arabia to end the crisis and stop the military escalation.
On Thursday, clashes erupted on the outskirts of the city of Ataq between government forces and others affiliated with the UAE-backed Transitional Council. The council seeks to control the province after taking control of Abyan province (last Tuesday) and the provisional capital of Aden before the middle of this month.
Hundreds of people from the Yemeni province of Taiz demonstrated in Freedom Square after Friday prayers in support of the legitimate Yemeni government. The demonstrators chanted against the UAE, called for its expulsion from the coalition and the departure of its forces from Yemen, and described its presence as occupation.
Two days ago, the legitimate Yemeni government announced official measures against the UAE for supporting the coup of armed militias in Aden and other cities and its involvement in spreading chaos and sabotage in the country.
The government said it had begun to take action in accordance with international law to ensure that the UAE’s support for the separatists, the so-called Southern Transitional Council, was halted.
“The government is moving to take the necessary measures in accordance with international law and the Charter of the United Nations to ensure the cessation of UAE support for the Transitional Council, which enabled the armed rebellion in Aden and Abyan,” Yemeni Deputy Foreign Minister Mohammed al-Hadrami said.
He stressed that the government will not participate in any dialogue with the Transitional Council only after complying with the statement of the coalition, and withdraw from the positions taken, in addition to the delivery of weapons and the return of government forces against the UAE.
Yemen’s announcement of its intention to act internationally against the UAE came a day after the government adopted an official letter condemning the UAE and officially accusing it of supporting the separatists in Aden.
Yemen’s UN ambassador, Ambassador Abdullah al-Saadi, said at the Security Council meeting two days ago that “without the full support of the UAE in the planning, implementation and financing of the military coup against the legitimate government in the city of Aden, it would not have happened.”
He added that the Yemeni government holds the Southern Transitional Council and those who support it and support the consequences of this armed rebellion. It also calls on the United Arab Emirates to stop immediately to support these rebel militias and abide by the objectives of the coalition and not to support plans that threaten the unity, security and stability of Yemen.
The UAE has supported the so-called Transitional Council while Yemen’s deputy prime minister and interior minister, Ahmed al-Maisari, said in earlier statements that 400 Emirati military vehicles had taken part in the coup.
The Yemeni House of Representatives called on President Hadi to use his constitutional authority to review relations with the Saudi-UAE alliance, warning of “deviation from his objectives in the battle to restore the state to identify with small projects.”
In a statement, the Presidency of the Council expressed its condemnation of the armed groups affiliated to the UAE-backed separatist Southern Transitional Council, which controls the state institutions, calling on the government to confront it and confront the armed rebellion by all means authorized by the Constitution and the law to achieve the end of the rebellion The situation in the temporary capital Aden.
In turn, a Yemeni minister confirmed that the government asked President Abd Rabbo Mansour Hadi to stop the UAE’s participation in the coalition after accusing it of supporting the coup of the Southern Transitional Council on the legitimate authority in the provisional capital of Aden.
The Minister of Transport Saleh al-Jubani revealed the request to exclude the UAE from the coalition, and said that political and human rights files will be prepared for international bodies and courts against the UAE and its officers. He added that the files will include all the violations Abu Dhabi has done in Yemen and secret prisons and encroachment on the sovereignty of the country and cut off parts of its territory.
He also said the transitional council was born in an intelligence room in Abu Dhabi, and that it was a 100 percent an Emirati tool.