UAE-backed militants storm key gov’t offices in Yemen’s Aden

UAE-backed militants storm key gov’t offices in Yemen’s Aden

UAE-backed separatist militants stormed key government offices in Yemen’s interim capital Aden on Sunday demanding “northern” employees to leave and rejecting the presence of the “government in Aden.”

The state-run news agency reported that the militants on 12 military patrol cars “with all types of weapons mounted on such trucks stormed the offices of the Foreign Ministry, the Education Ministry, the Justice Ministry and other government offices” before “intimidating the employees. 

Under heavy pressure, the government of 24 ministers returned - without their families - from exile to the city at the end of December, despite the non-implementation of the Riyadh Agreement to end the separatists’ control and deploy government forces first.

The anti-government moves in the south coincided with intensified Houthi attacks on civilians in government-held cities in the north following the US cancellation of a Trump-era terror designation of the Houthi militia

 

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