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Arab Coalition will remain in hearts of Yemenis: Hadi
January 01, 2018
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ADEN: Abd Rabbu Mansour Hadi, President of Yemen, has praised the role of the Arab Coalition in supporting the legitimacy in Yemen, by achieving victories over the Iranian-backed Houthis militias.

This came during a phone call with Chief of General Staff of Yemen, Major General Dr. Taher Al-Aqili, the Yemen News Agency has reported.

President Hadi praised the Arab coalition countries, led by Saudi Arabia and the UAE, for supporting Yemeni during such extreme circumstances alongside their brothers in Yemen.

He also highlighted the victories by the Yemeni Armed Forces in Nihm and Al Jawf districts, where they have liberated them from the Houthis militias.

The Yemeni National Army on Saturday liberated new areas in northern Yemen from the clutches of Iran-backed Houthi militias.

A source at the Yemeni National Army’s 6th Military Command told Yemen News Agency that the army managed to liberate key areas in Al Jouf Governorate after fierce battles with the coup militias.

“The army advanced 40 kilometres from Al Khanjar front and engaged the enemy in Al Yatma, killing and capturing dozens of the Houthi rebel fighters,” the source added.

Hadi has recently issued Republican Resolutions appointing new ministers to the Yemeni government, headed by Prime Minister Ahmed Obeid Bin Daghr.

According to the official Yemeni News Agency, Major General Hussain Mohamed Arab, former Minister of Interior, has been promoted to Lt General and named Presidential Advisor for Security Affairs.

Former Oil Minister Saif Muhsin Al Sherif has been appointed as Foreign Ministry Ambassador under the new resolutions which also included appointment of new governors for Taez, Al Dhale’e and Lahej.

Hadi Ahmed Bin Ahmed Al Maysari has been appointed Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior; Othman Hussein Fayed as Minister of Agriculture; Aws Abdullah Ahmed Al Oud as Minister of Oil and Minerals; and Saleh Ahmed Mohamed Al Jabwani as Minister of Transport.

The new governors include Staff Major General Ali Moqbel Saleh as Governor for Al Dhale’e; Amin Ahmed Mahmoud for Taez; and Ahmed Abdullah Al Turki for Lahej. The Yemeni army has recently captured a field commander working closely with the leader of the Houthi militia Abdul Malik Al Houthi, reported the Saudi Press Agency (SPA).

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