Yemeni Defense Minister Lieutenant General Mohsen Al-Daari praised, on Monday, the Emirati and Saudi support for his country, praising the countries of the Arab coalition “with a common goal and destiny.”
Al-Daari said, in a statement, that he made “a successful visit to the United Arab Emirates and before that to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, to enhance defense and military cooperation between Yemen and its brothers in the Arab coalition countries as a whole.”
And the Yemeni Minister of Defense appreciated “the great role played by the UAE in supporting Yemen and its armed forces in light of the strong brotherly relations between the two brotherly countries.”
He also expressed his gratitude for the generous support of the brothers in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for Yemen, its people and its army at all levels and levels.
He referred to “the common goal and destiny that unites the Arab coalition countries as a whole, represented by confronting the Iranian expansionist terrorist project.”
The Yemeni Minister of Defense had signed with the UAE side, during his visit, the “military and security cooperation agreement and the fight against terrorism” in order to enhance defense efforts and joint military cooperation between the two countries in a way that achieves the interests of the two brotherly peoples.
The visits of the Yemeni Minister of Defense sparked wide reactions, as the Yemenis considered it a step in the footsteps of closer relations with the coalition countries, while the Houthi militia and the Brotherhood attacked it and considered it a threat to the fate of the two terrorist organizations.