Yemen :A new phase of unity and joint actions
Yemen is witnessing a new phase of reconciliation and cooperation for joint action and renunciation of division after the signing of the “Riyadh Agreement” between the Yemeni government and the Southern Transitional Council, Tuesday, in Riyadh, in the presence of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, and Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed.
The agreement is seen as a reformulation of a new Yemen, based on unity in its institutions, in its goals supported by the Coalition to Support Legitimacy in Yemen for Reconstruction and Unity, to counter the threats faced by Yemen and the countries of the region by Iran and its followers, led by the Houthi militias that fueled by Yemen. With Iranian funds and support.
According to the agreement, the coming days will witness wide arrangements for the Yemeni house from within, which will include all state institutions, especially the military establishment, as well as institutions concerned with the stability of citizens and their lives and the development of the country in various economic and social fields, in order to ensure the rationalization of the resources of the state and the efficiency of its institutions.
During his speech, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman affirmed the Kingdom’s keenness on the unity and stability of Yemen, stressing that the Riyadh agreement will open the horizons to the desired political solution.
“We will continue to strive to achieve the aspirations of the Yemeni people and reach a political solution,” he said. “Our goal is to support the Yemeni people and face foreign interference in their internal affairs.”
For his part, Sheikh Mohammed said: “We appreciate the great efforts exerted by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in unifying the Yemeni rank and its pivotal role in reaching the Riyadh Agreement.” We sincerely wish that peace and prosperity will prevail throughout Yemen and that its people enjoy security, stability and development. .
The UN envoy to Yemen, Martin Griffith, on Tuesday, welcomed the agreement signed in Riyadh between the Yemeni government and the Southern Transitional Council.
UN envoy to Yemen welcomes Riyadh agreement
Griffiths said the agreement signed in Saudi Arabia was a step towards a peaceful solution to the crisis.
Commenting on the impact of the Riyadh agreement, Yemeni Undersecretary of the Ministry of Information Najib Ghallab told Sky News Arabia that he will unite the will of the anti-Houthi force within the framework of the state, which will make the legitimacy centers more able to claim the Houthis, thus increasing the losses of the Houthis in the coming period at multiple levels. “
“The agreement will harm the factors that have reestablished the battle, namely opportunistic and selfish interests, corruption networks and the fifth column. This will be a factor of strength and a center of gravity for legitimacy towards the pressure on the Houthis.”
Ghalab says the agreement sends a message to the people that “the people of Yemen with the coalition and its partnership are capable of making peace and injecting blood. It is the Houthis who imposed the war and they are making it continue.”
The Yemeni academic and political researcher Dr. Faris al-Bail told Sky News Arabia that one of the good and profound aspects of this agreement was the system of reforms he presented to many of the imbalances and complaints that were clearly defined in the political scene.
“The legitimate government has been very slow about the process of revitalizing the liberated areas, and there was corruption and monotony.”
He pointed out that the Riyadh agreement is not only political, but includes “a process of reform and revitalization of the performance of the government.”
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