Saudi Arabia Planning the Escape of “Al-Alimi” from Aden

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Saudi Arabia made plans to escape Rashad Al-Alimi, head of the Presidential Council authority loyal to it in Aden.

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This coincides with the escalation of tension with Al-Alimi’s approval of plans to dismantle the southern factions amid unprecedented incitement.

The journalist in the Transitional Council, Adel Al-Madwari, said that Saudi Arabia sent five military armored vehicles equipped with electronic tracking devices, he pointed out that the armored vehicles that arrived at Al-Ma’asheq Palace at the end of last week will be distributed to council members instead of armored cars.

Saudi Arabia pushed on Thursday, with modern military armored vehicles. The Saudi move comes with the escalation of tension in the city of Aden.

Leaders in the Transitional Council launched an attack on Rashad Al-Alimi, after he directed him to start merging the southern factions into the strength of the interior and defense ministries. Salah Al-Saqladi considered the file’s methods in the absence of Aidarous Al-Zubaidi, the head of the Transitional Council and the holder of the southern cause, revealing that the scheme aims to bring down Aden… Others also attacked Al-Alimi after he refused to pay the salaries of STC fighters and stipulated their dismantling in return.

Tensions are rising in Aden in light of the Saudi-Emirati disputes over securing Al-Ma’asheq Palace.

Emirati forces that had arrived in Aden recently withdrew after Saudi officers refused to hand them over the tasks of securing the presidential authority, in this context, the Jordanian expert specialized in Yemeni affairs Waheed Tawalba, expected the explosion of the situation in the city, pointing out that the tension reached its peak.

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