Emirati commander in Aden threats prime minister to leave presidential palace

Editor11 April 2019
Emirati commander in Aden threats prime minister to leave presidential palace

The Emirati military commander in the interim capital of Aden issued a warn to Yemeni Prime Minister Moin Abdul Malik to leave the presidential palace in Adnan and to move to another location for his safety.

A private source told Aden News that the UAE forces in Aden told Yemeni Prime Minister Moin Abdul Malik to leave Al-Maasheq Palace, otherwise it is not responsible for the consequences.

The source said that the threats of the Emirati commander to the Prime Minister coincided with the intermittent flight of aircraft march on the Palace of Maasheq, the residence of the Prime Minister and a number of ministers.

The UAE’s threats to the prime minister come after failing to prevent the holding of meetings for the Yemeni parliamentarians in Sayoun.
The President of the Republic has issued a decree on Wednesday calling for the Assembly of the Yemeni parliament to hold an extraordinary sessions in the city of Sayoun in Hadramout province.

 
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