Yemeni Interior Minister Ahmed al-Maysari revealed plans to reorganize the security situation in Yemen in cooperation with the countries backing up the coalition forces to support the restoration of legitimate rule in the country.
Hayat newspaper quoted the minister as saying that all locations need to organize their conditions taking into account priorities. Al-Maysari said the government is seeking to set the city of Aden as a model for a real capital that accommodates diplomatic and international missions and news agencies.
He pointed out that his ministry is determined to regain control over the performance of the security services under the constitution and the law in coordination with the coalition to extend control in turn to Sanaa.
The minister pointed out that cooperation with the Arab coalition forces is based on a collaborative approach, especially that the coalition countries support them with funds and equipment to confront the militias.
He added that the support of the coalition forces does not only focuses on the military factor, but it extends to providing stability, security as well as rebuilding and construction.
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