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PM urges integration against Houthi coup, warns of split
[16/05/2017 02:46]
Aden, (Saba)- Wisdom requires leaving all acts leading to split and fragmentation in the unity of the front as the aim is overturning the coup and making use of the Arab Coalition for supporting legitimacy in Yemen, Prime Minister Ahmad Obeid bin Daghr has said.

" Any try of uttering treason accent and creating accusations against any party, whether from the Arab Coalition countries or national parties participating in deterring the coup, willingly or unwillingly, will only serve Houthi-Saleh's Alliance and provide to hem more time to practice infamous violations against Yemeni people in their-held areas," said bin Daghr in a statement to Saba.

He added that the unified attitude of Yemeni people and brothers in Arab Coalition under Saudi Arabia is still the strongest weapon in facing rebels and their supporter Iran, which is trying to export its destructive project by doctrine and sectarian cover to target Yemen and the stability of Gulf countries, the Arab Region and international maritime via Bab al-Mandab.

The recent position of the Arab Coalition, which was expressed by Gulf Cooperation Council and its six countries, is an enough message to anyone has a mind and imagines that he can affect the aim of Arab Coalition just to realize his narrow ends and resorts to those unacceptable insults, he said.

He demanded all national parties to stop instantly directing any form of insults on any party, noting that continuing these acts is unacceptable and is considered a violation to the coalition's principle and harming the solidarity between brothers and serves in the end enemies and rebels.

" The battle we fight is against the rebels for restoring the state would not have been achieved its aims without the Firmness Storm and Storm of Regaining Hope led by Saudi Arabia and contributed by the United Arab Emirates with great effort and huge sacrifices," he said.

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