After short visit to UAE, Hadi arrives in Riyadh
2/28/2017 12:48:00 AM
Yemen President Abdrabbu Mansour Hadi on Monday night arrived in Saudi the Saudi capital, Riyadh after a short visit to the United Arab Emirates which lasted hours.
Political sources told Alsahwa Net that Hadi discussed with Emirati officials the recent updates occurred in the port city of Aden which witnessed security stresses almost two weeks ago.
Hadi last Sunday returned to the temporary capital of Yemen, Aden, after a one-week trip to Saudi Arabia.
Hadi discussed with the leadership of the Arab Coalition a number of Yemen's political updates.
According to the government-run news agency (Saba), Saudi Arabia agreed to give Yemen $2 billion as a deposit to support Yemen's financial stability and strengthen confidence in the the national economy.
Saba said that Hadi's visit to Riyadh was successful, pointing out that Hadi discussed with the leadership of the Arab Coalition the liberation of the western coast of Yemen, al-Hudeidah governorate and Midi in Hajjah governorate.
Hadi has last week told governor of Some Yemeni governorates that Saudi Arabia granted $10 billion for reconstructing the liberated areas, pointing out that $2 billion was allocated for propping up the national currency, the government-run news agency (Saba) said.
Hadi directed the governorates to set priorities for electricity, water, health, education, roads and communication.