Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed receives chiefs of Yemeni tribes

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Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed receives chiefs of Yemeni tribes

Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed receives chiefs of Yemeni tribes

(Abu Dhabi) – His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, has said that the people of Yemen are capable of facing all challenges and re-building their state on a purely Yemeni and Arab foundation.
Sheikh Mohamed made the remarks while receiving this evening at Al Shati Palace chiefs and dignitaries of Yemen’s Marib tribes, headed by Marib Governor Sultan bin Ali Al Arrada and accompanied by Brigadier Mussalam Al Rashedi, Commander of Marib Liberation Force. The guests thanked the UAE for supporting Yemen during the recent plight, after the coup staged by the rebellious militias and their allies against legitimacy and international consensus.
Sheikh Mohamed welcomed the Sheikhs and dignitaries of Marib tribes and said the UAE shared blood with brothers in Yemen. The late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan stood with you in the past, we stand with you today and tomorrow and May Allah the Almighty grant your country and your people peace, stability and prosperity.”
He added that the Saudi-led Arab Coalition contributed significantly in helping Yemen regain its sovereignty, under a vision that serves the aspirations of the Yemeni people for stability and development.
“The UAE, under the leadership of President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, always stand by brothers in the times of trials. The sacrifices of our sons and the sons of Yemen and of the other Arab Coalition countries will not go in vain. Such sacrifices will lay the foundation for a historic phase in the region that will preserve the Arabic Yemen from external interventions and ensure regional security,” he added.
Sheikh Mohamed affirmed the Arab Coalition’s determination to continue its support to the legitimate government in Yemen and to enable it deliver its duty in clearing Yemen from the remnants of rebellion, mutiny, extremism, ignorance and violence.
(Courtesy WAM)