Prime Minister Ahmed bin-Daghr said the Government re-erected the pillars of the state that was in state of collapse as a result of the Saleh-Houthi coup militias' practices.
In an a Facebook post, bin-Daghr said: "A year and a half the government did not have funds, and was unable to pay the salaries of its soldiers,employees, or pay hospitals the expenses of treatments for the wounded."
"A step by step, the Government restored the collapsed pillars of the state on the political, military and financial levels," he said, highlighting the role of President Hadi in changing the situation and thanking the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the UAE for generous support.
"With support from the Arab Coalition, mainly the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the UAE, the Government reinforced the security of the capital Aden."
He said that,"the Government has been and will continue to fight -by peaceful means and by imposing the law - all manifestations of fanaticism and racism."
" Therefore, it refused the forcible displacement of citizens and worked responsibly to highlight the danger of fanatical regionalism."
He warned of "real hazards surrounding our country and cause" saying "the mistakes of the pasts should not be repeated."