Saudi Crown Prince Mohamed bin Salman met with Yemen’s President Abdrabbo Mansour Hadi in Jeddah on Wednesday to discuss the current developments in Yemen.
During the meeting, the crown prince and Yemeni president discussed efforts in Yemen, including developmental, humanitarian and relief efforts that are being carried out for the Yemeni people.
The meeting was attended by the Saudi Minister of State Musaid al-Aiban, and the director of Saudi Arabia’s General Intelligence Presidency, Khalid al-Humaidan.
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Yemen’s director of the president’s office Abdullah al-Olaimi, the head of the president’s protection unit Commander Nasser Abdrabbo Hadi and the president’s undersecretary Mubarak al-Bahar were also in attendance along with other officials.
Saudi Arabia’s King Salman bin Abdulaziz had also met with President Hadi in Jeddah on Tuesday.
Yemen’s army has made strong gains in Houthi militia-held areas in Hodeidah province in recent days.