300 killed and wounded in the bombing of the "Emirati" south of Yemen and the Security Council calls for the preservation of the unity of the country

The Yemeni Defense Ministry said on Thursday that more than 300 people were killed and wounded in an "Emirati" bombing of government forces' positions in southern Yemen, Saba news agency reported. To the government.

Muammar al-Iryani, the Yemeni minister of information in the legitimate government, said on Thursday evening that 40 members of the national army and citizens were martyred as a result of the UAE airstrikes on government forces in the cities of Aden and Abyan in southern Yemen.

Al-Iryani added in his account on the social networking site "Twitter": "This unjustified attack time and place, which came after a number of air strikes on the national army during the past periods, the UAE claimed that it was a mistake, put the government before the historical responsibility."

He pointed out that the future of relations between the two countries and peoples has become a serious curve and leave future generations to a painful memory.

Al-Iryani stressed the confidence of his government in the Kingdom "who have not seen them except the morals and fraternal dealings and help the neighbor, we did not see them any special projects nor greed."

For its part, the UN Security Council, in a statement adopted unanimously, expressed "particular concern" about the situation in southern Yemen, calling on all parties to "preserve the territorial integrity of the country."

He called on the Security Council to "resume comprehensive negotiations without delay on the political and security arrangements necessary to end the conflict and return to a peaceful transition."

Since the Stockholm agreements in December, UN envoy to Yemen Martin Griffiths has been unable to bring the warring parties together again in an effort to make progress toward peace.

"The Security Council supports a political settlement involving all parties as part of an inclusive dialogue to resolve differences and address the legitimate concerns of all Yemenis, including the population of the south," it said.

In a previous statement, Nizar Haytham, spokesman for the Southern Transitional Council, denied the targeting of UAE aircraft for the army forces of the legitimate government in the city of Aden, pointing out that the aircraft targeted "terrorist elements under the umbrella of the army."

Conflicts have recently escalated between legitimate Saudi-backed government forces and UAE-backed transitional forces as each side tries to assert control over southern Yemen.


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