Almotamar.net - Sana'a- President Ali Abdullah Saleh has on Wednesday welcomed beforehand supposed issuance of a statement by the UN Security Council concerning the political crisis in Yemen. The President has also accused the extremist forces and the for4ces violating the constitutional legitimacy inside the Joint Meeting Parties (JMP) and their partners of creating events of violence and clashes and using the youth as human shields for heavily armed demonstrations and causing killed and wounded persons, believing that by that they could get political gains and obtain resolutions.
President Saleh has emphasized that the solution of Yemen problems would not come from abroad but rather from inside, accusing the extremists and those violating the law and order and the constitutional legitimacy of procrastination in the talks for a political solution and sitting together at dialogue table.
In his address during presiding over a meeting of the extraordinary meeting of the main Standing Committee of the General People's Congress (GPC) in Sana'a on Wednesday, the President expressed anew his readiness to sign the GCC initiative, demanding offering Gulf, European and American guarantees for implementing the Gulf initiative on the ground.
President Saleh has also criticized the parties of the JMP of their non-cooperation with his Vice President Abed Rabu Mansour Hadi during 112 days the President spent in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for treatment following the terrorist attack on the Mosque of the Presidency House on 3 June 2011. He criticized them of revenge acts, attacking electric power lines in Mareb and attacking and robbing military camps in Nahm, Ibn Ghailan and Arhab as well as attacking the security in Taiz and urging for occupying the Presidential Palace in Taiz and the government complex and the fall of Abyan province, pointing out to documents exposing their cooperation and coordination with al-Qaeda organization for the fall of Zanjibar city in the hands of al-Qaeda organization.
Schools of Sana'a province organized a protest rally to condemn the Saudi aggression air strikes the primary al-Falah school in Nehm district of Sana'a province last Tuesday.
The air strikes killed eight students and injured 15 others early morning of Tuesdasy.
The protesters expressed deep indignation against the Saudi aggression air strikes, considering it a new war crime against the Yemeni people and calling for the international community to move to stop Saudi massacres against Yemenis.
President of the Supreme Political Council Saleh al-Sammad met on Saturday at the Republican Palace in Sana'a with sheikhs and notables from Nehm district of Sana'a province.
In the meeting, al-Sammad hailed the national positions of Nehm sons, expressing condolences in his name and on behalf of the political leadership to the district's sheikhs over victims of the heinous massacre that targeted al
The Saudi aggression continued strikes against citizens in several province overnight, targeting private and public properties, a military official said on Saturday.
In Taiz province, Saudi war planes waged six strikes on al-Omari Junction in Thubab district and five raids hit citizens' house in al-Mocha district, leaving several dead and wounded among citizens, as well as dropping two sound bombs on al-Wazaiah district.
The army and popular forces repulsed the Saudi-paid mercenaries' attempt to advance toward Souk al-Ethnein in al-Maton district of Jawf province, a military official said on Saturday.
The official confirmed that 18 Saudi-paid mercenaries, including a mercenary leader called Yahya al-Haser, were killed and dozens were wounded, as well as the destruction of three armored and two military vehicles during the confrontations.
Foreign Minister Hisham Sharaf met here on Saturday with the Resident Coordinator / Humanitarian Coordinator for Yemen, Jamie McGoldrick.
The meeting dealt with a number of issues relating to the activities of the UN offices working in the country and ways of enhancing them and facilitating their performance to enable them to provide their services to Yemeni citizens.