Yemen News – Kuwait has announced their plan to reopen its diplomatic mission in Yemen’s southern coastal city of Aden, where former President Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi plans to establish a rival power base.
Kuwait has decided to reopen its embassy in the city of Aden,” Kuwait’s KUNA news agency quoted the foreign ministry as saying on Saturday.
The decision was followed with an agreement by the foreign ministers of the six [Persian] Gulf Cooperation Council member states.
the United Arab Emirates (UAE),Kuwait and Saudi Arabia were among states that recently shot down their embassies and evacuated all their diplomatic staff in Yemen in the name of security concerns.
The Ansarullah movement, said that Hadi had lost his legitimacy as head of state and was being sought as a fugitive from justice.
In September 2014, the Ansarullah fighters took over Sana’a after Yemeni political parties failed to put aside differences and fill the power vacuum.