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Yemeni tweeters warn of UAE-Saudi Arabia roles exchange to divide the country

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Yemeni warns have warned of the dangers of a deal to exchange roles between the UAE and its ally Saudi Arabia to divide their country and perpetuate plots to spread chaos and sabotage.

This came in response to a statement by UAE Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Anwar Gargash, on the withdrawal of the Emirati forces from Aden and claimed that Abu Dhabi will remain supportive of the Kingdom in the interest of Yemen and achieve the objectives of the coalition.

“The Saudi leadership of the coalition forces in Aden is a positive development in favor of stability, unification of priorities and mobilization of efforts,” Gargash said on Twitter. “We are confident that the achievements and achievements are in good hands.”

The command of the Saudi-Emirati coalition forces announced yesterday the repositioning of the coalition forces in the province of Aden to be led by Saudi Arabia and redeployment according to the requirements of the current operations.

The official Saudi Press Agency reported that the coalition command announced that “the coalition forces were repositioned in (Aden), to be led by the Kingdom, and redeployed according to the requirements of current operations,” without giving further details.

The agency said that this step comes within the framework of coordinating the plans of military and security operations in Yemen, and strengthen humanitarian and relief efforts, and strengthen efforts to secure waterways adjacent to the Yemeni coasts, and the fight against terrorism on the entire territory of Yemen.

In August, the UAE-backed Southern Transitional Council’ Security Belt forces took control of most of the state’s joints in Aden (south Yemen) after fierce four-day battles against government forces in which more than 40 people were killed, including civilians, and 260 wounded, according to local and international human rights organizations.

Saudi Arabia subsequently intervened to calm down and led consultations between the forces and the right-wing government, while Yemeni criticism of the UAE was high.

A few days ago, Yemen’s legitimate interior minister, Ahmed al-Maissari, said the UAE project in Yemen had fallen, and no agreement would be accepted with the UAE-backed Southern Transitional Council, according to media reports.

For its part, the Yemeni government said that the withdrawal of the UAE from the interim capital Aden comes in implementation of the Jeddah agreement, which was signed two days ago in Riyadh.

According to government statements published by the Saudi media, it confirmed that the repositioning of coalition forces in Aden is within the framework of the implementation of the Jeddah agreement, stressing that the city of Aden is facing a new phase in which stability will be witnessed.

On the other hand, Yemeni chirps in response to the UAE minister highlighted Abu Dhabi’s departure from the coalition’s objectives and sponsoring armed outlaws to serve its plots to plunder Yemen’s capabilities, control its wealth, and push its division.