By NY staff
The Yemeni president, Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi, considers the Gulf initiative and its operational mechanism the best solution for the situation in Yemen and its future. He pointed out that the five permanent members of the Security Council agreed with the international community that Yemen won’t enter a civil war and the outputs of the National Dialogue will lead to a stable Yemen.
During a meeting with a number of sheikhs, dignitaries, and social figures, Hadi confirmed that every Yemeni has weapons and the right to self-defense. However, the state will do the best to stop the bloodshed seen in recent events.
“According to the law, there isn’t any problem with peaceful demonstrations, but trying to break into government facilities, schools, police stations or houses is forbidden,” Hadi said.
Hadi added that the government has warned repeatedly against any interference in Yemen’s internal affairs, which aims to impose regional hegemony and expose Yemen to chaos.
Hadi called on everyone to cooperate with Major General Ali Bin Ali al-Gaefi and work for calm and avoid confrontation, reviewing evidence of Iran’s interference in the affairs of Yemen.
From their side, the sheikhs, dignitaries, and social figures expressed their appreciation for president Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi and their fears of Houthi armed militias, stressing that they are ready to work for the stability and security of Yemen.