Director of the Office of the Presidency of the Republic of Yemen Abdullah al-Alimi reached a national formula to resolve the crisis of the insurgency that took place in Aden.
Al-Alimi added in a tweet on Twitter that Saudi Arabia has sided - through the Riyadh agreement - to one Yemen and its institutions, legitimacy, security and stability and to unify efforts to battle the restoration of the state.
Yemeni President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi discussed with senior statesmen the draft Riyadh agreement between the Yemeni legitimate authority and the UAE-backed Southern Transitional Council.
President Hadi said the draft Riyadh agreement added to what he described as Saudi Arabia's efforts to heal the rift and unify efforts and energies to end the coup. The meeting stressed the need to work to fully activate the role of state institutions.
The command of the Saudi-Emirati coalition forces has repositioned its forces in Aden to be led by Saudi Arabia, and redeployed according to the requirements of the current operations, following the withdrawal of UAE forces from important areas in the city.
According to a statement issued by the official Saudi Press Agency on Sunday, the announcement of the coalition leadership `` as part of its ongoing efforts to coordinate military and security operations in Yemen and strengthen humanitarian and relief efforts, in addition to strengthening efforts to secure waterways adjacent to the Yemeni coast in general, and the fight against terrorism on the entire territory of Yemen. ''
Abu Dhabi has withdrawn some of its forces from different parts of Yemen during the last period. A Yemeni official told Al Jazeera in mid-September that Saudi forces had received the entire Aden airport on Tuesday from Emirati forces who began withdrawing from several key areas in the southern city and the country's temporary capital.
The Yemeni official said that arrangements are under way for the redeployment of Saudi forces in Aden positions as a substitute for the UAE forces in them.
Agreement and plot
The coalition statement followed the announcement in Riyadh that the Yemeni government had reached an agreement with the UAE-backed Southern Transitional Council for power-sharing and the return of the government to the interim capital Aden, an agreement criticized by Yemen's interior and transport ministers.
Yemeni Transport Minister Saleh al-Jibwani said in new statements that his country is being "plotted to dismember, destroy and destroy its capabilities."
Al-Jibwani said in a speech during a meeting in the province of Shabwa that the Yemenis "will not accept any extraneous projects supported by a military force, and we will be with Shabwa to the last drop of our blood."
He called for a line up in Shabwa alongside the state of law and order, and not to contest power.