Aden security secures the entrance to the city

November 9, 2019

The security arrangements in the capital Aden are continuing by the security of Aden and the Saudi-led coalition. It connects Taiz and the west coast, the security staff of Aden is being deployed in the roads that connect its districts.This came after the government spokesman, Rajeh Badi, announced last Tuesday, that the government will return to Aden within a week.Badi said in an intervention that Yemeni President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi will return to Aden soonafter the formation of the new government.

He added that the new government will take oath before Hadi in Aden.This comes in implementation of the provisions of the Riyadh agreement, which stressed that the police and rescue forces in the province of Aden will be responsible for securing the province with the work to reorganize the government forces and formations of the Transitional Council in accordance with the need and insurance plan, and the selection of elements according to competence and professionalism and training The province shall be numbered as security forces belonging to the Ministry of Interior, within thirty days from the date of signing this agreement.

He also stressed on the transfer of all military forces of the government and formations of the Transitional Council in the governorate of Aden to camps outside the governorate of Aden determined by the leadership of the Coalition to support the legitimacy in Yemen, within thirty days from the date of signing this agreement, and directed under approved plans and under the direct supervision of the leadership of the support coalition.

Legitimacy in Yemen, with the exception of the First Presidential Protection Brigade,it is entrusted with the task of protecting presidential palaces and environs and securing the movements of His Excellency the President, and providing security protection to the leaders of the Southern Transitional Council in Aden under the supervision of the leadership of the Alliance to support legitimacy in Yemen.

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