ADEN, Yemen, Yemen's internationally-recognised government, on Sunday ,welcomed the call offered by Saudi King, Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, to the leaders of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) and other Arab League states, for two emergency summits in Mecca on May 30.
According to a statement, released by the country's Foreign Ministry, Yemen welcomed Saudi Arabia's call for holding emergency summits to evaluate the challenges the region is going through and their consequences on regional and international security, in light of the latest Iranian threats.
The Foreign Ministry statement affirmed Yemen's full and permanent support for all steps taken by Saudi Arabia, for the sake of preserving the region's joint security and stability, as well as, promoting common Arab interests.
The summits would discuss regional developments, including the recent attacks on commercial ships in the waters near the United Arab Emirates and the attacks on the two oil pump stations.
Last week, the Yemeni government strongly condemned the Houthi rebels' drone attack that targeted Saudi Arabia's oil pipeline booster stations.
The attack on Saudi Arabia, which was carried out by the Houthi militia with a direct incitement from Iran, cannot be tolerated or met with silence, read a statement from the Yemeni government.
Source: Nam News Network