Yemen Turns to Edge of Civil War’, U.N. Special Envoy Warned
Yemen turning towards long Civil War like Iraq, Syria and Libya— special UN envoy for Yemen warned citing occurrences showing the results for future as well appeal was being done United Nation to step back from edge and resolve the crisis peacefully, it was said on Sunday in the U.N. Security Council’s an emergency meeting.
Jamal Benomar, United Nations Special Adviser on Yemen stressed repeatedly in footage from Qatar, said peaceful negotiations only way.
The militants of Al-Qaeda stormed an air base close to a southern city on Friday and after the incident United States nearly 100 troops were leaving the base on Saturday.
The Houthi Shiite rebels have taken control the Yemeni capital Sanaa as well regions of the north and it would be an illusion to believe they could succeed in seizing of the whole nation.
However, the security forces of Yemen pushing back the supporters of militant organization, though the Houthis remained successful to capture the country’s third-largest city, Benomar said in statement.
Benomar further explained if it is believed to be that the government will be assembled a large number of forces to set free the nation from the Houthis custody, so it wouldn’t be true as besieged president of the nation President Abed-Rabbo Mansour Hadi ran away towards Aden’s southern city.
Benomar has warned that if no one party try to resolve the crisis so in the result, country would be welcome edge of civil war as it being done widespread in Middle East’s other countries.
Because of getting worse security situation in country, decision has been taken by the United States’ authorities to move back their remaining troops from Yemen, Jeff Rathke, spokesman for US state department told media on Saturday while addressing the media reporters.