Yadoomi denies rumor of rift with Arab Gulf states

Yadoomi denies rumor of rift with Arab Gulf states

The Yemen Congregation for Reform has denied the persistent rumors of rift between itself and the Arab Gulf states backing Yemen against the armed rebellion of Iran-affiliated Houthis.

The chief of the party Mohammed al-Yadoomi was holding talks with the Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan in Riyadh late on Wednesday.  

"There are (persons/entities) who attempt to spoil the Reform party's relations with the Arab Coalition in general and with the UAE in particular," Yadoomi stated to the Saudi daily al-Watan on Friday. He rejected those attempts likening them to" fishing in turbulent water."  

He said that "like the rest of the Yemeni parties and interest groups, the Reform absolutely rejects any Iranian intervention and stands by the side of the Saudi-led Arab Coalition" to liberate Yemen from the Houthis.   

He said the party had earlier made clear that "it renounces any voice (from within the party) that tends to create a rift" or violate the party's "alignments" with the Coalition.

He said the country's capital, Sana'a, would "soon" be liberated and brought back to where it belongs – the Arab fold.

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