Yemeni President Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi told a Saudi-owned TV channel that he plans to return to Yemen, despite the fact that Houthis, who Hadi claims to be supported by Iran, were not fully defeated by international coalition airstrikes.
Yemeni President Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi, who has been forced to resign by Houthi rebels, told the Saudi-owned Al Arabiya TV channel that he plans to return to Yemen, despite the fact that Houthis, who Hadi claims to be supported by Iran, were not fully defeated by international coalition airstrikes.
Hadi said he was planning on returning to the southern port city of Aden and the capital Sanaa, adding that he had left Aden because of the highly dangerous conditions that emerged as a result of ongoing “aggression” on the part of Shiite Houthi rebels, with support from Iran.
According to coalition spokesman, Saudi Brig. Gen. Ahmed Asiri, the Decisive Storm operation was terminated at the request of Hadi.
Houthis forced Hadi and the Yemeni government to resign in January, when the rebels took control of Sanaa. Hadi later withdrew his resignation after escaping from house arrest and fleeing to Aden. Hadi left Yemen for Saudi Arabia right after the start of coalition airstrikes.