Almotamar.net - Vice President Abdo Rabbo Mansour Hadi discussed here on Monday with Russian and Chinese ambassadors to Yemen the latest developments in the local arena.
Hadi briefed Russian ambassador Sergei Kozlov and Chinese ambassador Liu Denglin the nature and outcomes of the meetings and consultations at the national and regional levels to solve the country's political crisis.
All the consultations focus on reaching an agreement on the mechanism to implement the Gulf initiative based on the General People Congress (GPC) General Committee's decisions issued in the extraordinary meeting held a few days ago, said the Vice President.
He touched on aftermaths of the clashes taken place in Abyan province between the armed forces and al-Qaeda, saying they were resulted in great losses and damages in private and governmental facilities and the citizens' houses as well.
He added that the province really needed financial and in-kind aid from the European Union (EU), Russia and China for reconstruction and assisting the displaced people, over 100,000, to return to their homes.
Hadi voiced his appreciation of the 30 million Yuan assistance granted from China to the Abyan displaced people, praising the ceaseless positive attitude in support with Yemen in various circumstances.
Fighting on terrorism is an international responsibility, Yemen should not bear it alone, Hadi said.
The two diplomats asserted their countries' support for the stability of Yemen, as a friend country, saying that Russia and China would spare no effort to maintain its unity and security.
President Abdu-Rabbu Mansour Hadi received on Wednesday board members of the Popular Alignment Body for the Protection of National Gains, led by Yehia Hussein al-Arashi, member of Shura Council.
During the meeting, Hadi talked about a number of issues Yemen has been experiencing since the eruption of 2011's crisis, saying that the country has overcome various challenges and difficulties until holding the National Dialogue Conference, noting also steps and measures taken to handle that crisis.
GPC celebrated its 32 anniversary where it was found on August 24, 1982 as the first Yemeni political organization with the participation of all political forces.
celebratory events of the GPC were celebrated in the Sana'a and its branches in various governorates of Yemen.
Military units of the second Military Region raided on Monday a villa in 60 street in Mukala, which was used as a den by a terrorist cell to carry out terrorist acts.
A military source at the Military Region command said on Tuesday that the military forces surrounded the villa after receiving the information about the existence of a terrorist cell and clashed with the terrorists.
The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) demanded on Monday Yemeni authorities to immediately increase protection for media workers in the country.
IFJ's renewed appeal is following an escalation in attacks over the last few days, including the murder of a senior journalist.
According to the Yemeni Journalists' Syndicate (YJS), Abdul-Rahman Hameed Aldin, who worked for Sana'a Radio, was shot in the head last Friday [15 August] by an armed group in the capital Sana'a. He was taken to hospital where he passed away the following day.
GPC Leader, Ali Abdullah Saleh, expressed his thanks and appreciation for the brotherly feelings the leaders and representatives of civil society organizations who have expressed strong disapproval and condemnation of the criminal and terrorist attempt that targeted his life through the tunnel, which was dug to his home.
An official military source at the First Military Region said Sunday that the army forces raided on Saturday night a terrorist cell in the city of Cotton and killed four terrorists and arrested five others.