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The governmentexists in Aden'sMa'ashiq Palace, says spokesperson
[30/01/2018 08:17]

ADEN-SABA
Government's Spokesperson RajehBadi has confirmed existence of the government and all its ministers in Ma'ashiq Palace in the Transitional Capital of Aden and news of its departure are baseless.

Ma'ashiq Palace and surrounding neighborhoods are still under the Presidential Protection First Brigade, Badi told Saba, refuting news that the so-called Southern Transitional Council controls on the surrounding and outside entrance of the palace.

He pointed out that the Presidential Protection Brigade has been subjected to treachery, making it clear that the brigade has been subjected to sudden attack after signing an agreement yesterday night at the Coalition Forces' Command with interference from Saudi Arabia for a ceasefire supposed to start from Tuesday morning and every party should return to his former location.

"The Presidential Protection Brigades and the Forth Military Zone and Ministry of Interior have committed to (signed agreement) but unfortunately, the militias of the Transitional Council attacked the presidential guards," he said.

"Modern weapons- we do not know their sources- have been used and have been able under the ceasefire to overtake it, we communicated with our brothers in the Arab Coalition and the militias have withdrawn today evening," he said.


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