ADEN -The factions of the Southern Yemen Movement that participated in the National Dialogue Conference, have accused the Saudi-led coalition of spreading “a culture of hatred and division, dismantling Yemen’s social fabric and undermining the national constants”.
In a statement issued on Monday, The Southern Movement reiterated its rejection of the UAE-backed Security Belt “militias” for deportation campaigns and attacks northern Yemenis in Aden.
The statement noted that these practices are “aimed at sowing discord and establishing civil conflicts by inflaming the strife of racism and regionalism,” warning the UAE and Saudi Arabia against such practices.
The Southern Movement’s statement attacked the exiled Hadi’s government, calling it unable to defend the dignity of the citizens that it claims to be governing.
The statement warned the militias of the Security Belt against continuing attacks on citizens in Aden and the implementation of the agenda of foreign countries.