Yemen.. rearranging the military situation to confront the Houthis

In the temporary Yemeni capital, the process of rearranging and unifying the military and security situation began to confront the Houthi militia, while international condemnations of the Houthis' positions, rejecting peace efforts and a return to the humanitarian truce, continued.

The official Yemeni news agency (Saba) stated that a meeting was held in Aden, chaired by the President of the Presidential Leadership Council, Rashad Al-Alimi, with the security and military committee headed by Major General Haitham Qassem Taher, in which the final report of the military committee on the field landing plan was handed over to President Al-Alimi. Who urged them to complete the work of the committee during the coming period.

The process of arrangements in Aden coincided with Yemen signing a cooperation agreement in the military, security and combating terrorism with the United Arab Emirates.

Regarding international movements, the European Union mission ended its visit to Aden, stressing its continued support for all efforts aimed at bringing peace and ending the Houthi coup, as well as continuing to support the reform agenda in Yemen.

On the other hand, a human rights report by the "Women's Coalition for Peace in Yemen" revealed that the Houthi militia had committed more than 1,893 cases of kidnapping, torture and rape against women since 2017, in which Houthi leaders and influential figures were implicated.

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