Government's return to Aden should not be a mere injection for pain relief, says Yemeni official

Government's return to Aden should not be a mere injection for pain relief, says Yemeni official

The return of the Yemeni government to Aden should not be a mere injection for relieving pain, A Yemeni official has said.

Ambassador to the UNESCO Mohammed Juneih said, "The government [currently in Riyadh] should be given the right to exert full authority as per the Riyadh Agreement" without interferences in order for it to return to the country's temporary capital Aden.

In a tweet, he said: "The government's return should not be a mere injection for pain relief: for paying salaries and providing some services to let the boiling sentiments in the city vent off." If that is the purpose, he said, "the situation will get tense again."

"There should not be two rival entities in Aden: One has power, and one bears the responsibilities. The government should have full authority," he said referring to the insistence by the occupying United Arab Emirate's to give the Yemeni government a nominal presence in Aden at best, while keeping the real power in the hands of its proxy militia, the STC. 

Western media ignore the Yemeni government's problems with the UAE-Iranian alliance, and are mostly focused on reflecting the narrow-minded Shiit view of the Houthi terrorist militia, as though the age of internet has not come yet. 

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