Islamabad, November 6 (INP): The leadership of the Saudi Arabia is keen to safeguard the strategic interests of Yamen that was fully reflected in the Riyadh’s agreement.
According to a press release, issued by the Saudi embassy here, the patronage of the custodian of the two holly mosques king Salman bin Abdul Aziz and HRH crown prince have successfully reached the agreement.
Referring to the media’s reports, the release added, the agreement reflects the Saudi leadership’s keenness to safeguard the strategic interest of Yamen and its stability and sovereignty.
The presence of the YAMANI president Abdu Rabu Hadi and both government and transitional Council guarantee the implementation of this agreement.
Moreover, the participation of Shiekh Muhammad Bin Zaid is an evidence of the solidarity unification and solidarity of the Arabian alliance to restore the Yamni legitimacy and the Keenness of UAE to fully support the Riyadh agreement and restoring peace stability and national unity of yamen and also rejection of the Iranian sectarian agenda in Yamen
The Riyadh Agreement emphasizes strict measures to manage the country’s financial resources in order to achieve economic stability and raise the efficiency of expenditure,, and activating the role of parliament in the fields of evaluation and control.
The agreement stresses joining efforts to restore security stability and sovereignty in Yemen, and combat terrorism. This will be achieved by reorganizing and training counter-terrorism special forces, consistent with the Coalition’s objectives to establish regional and international security, and its keenness to maintain security, reject all forms of extremism, and expose its sources.
The Kingdom is a key player to any solution in Yemen and the region, and has managed this dispute with wisdom that prevented bloodshed among Yemenis, and led to a peaceful, consensus-based solution built on key principles and reference points.
The Arabic Coalition to restore the legitimate government appreciates the response and cooperation of all parties in reaching a peaceful solution to the crisis and an agreement that prioritises Yemen’s strategic interests and contributes to its security and stability, it added.