US envoy to Yemen said on Tuesday that his country is monitoring the situation on the western coast of Yemen with caution in an attempt to calm UAE’s fear of the repercussions from the recent Military parade of Sana’a there.
He appealed to Lenderking, according to what was reported by the official Emirati newspaper Al-Ittihad, who described them as “Houthis” to abide by the Stockholm Agreement and the armistice and not to take any escalation there.
In its editorial, the newspaper had revealed Emirati fears about the possibility of recovering what it described as “Houthis” for the remaining areas under the control of its factions in Bab al-Mandab.
Although the West Coast has not witnessed any escalation recently with the exception of a coalition raid on a house in Hodeidah, during which there were casualties and daily violations by its factions.
However, the Emirati moves to Washington reflect the extent of Abu Dhabi’s growing concern over the military parade, which was marked as the “Hereafter promise.”
The promise of the largest ever since the start of the war led by Saudi Arabia and UAE eight years ago.