الثلاثاء، 8 مايو 2018

.The legal status of the Arab alliance in Yemen?-Is the UAE a state of occupation in Yemen?

نتيجة بحث الصور عن صور الوجود الاماراتي في اليمنIs the UAE a state of occupation in Yemen?
The legal status of the Arab alliance in Yemen?
 The Independent Commission for the Monitoring of the United Nations called for the expulsion of the UAE from Yemen and the immediate end of its military presence after it became an occupying force with expansionist ambitions .. The Commission issued an urgent message to the necessity of the Security Council to discuss the role of the UAE in Yemen, which became a major threat to the composition of Yemen and civil peace and natural resources .
The organization's request came in urgent letters to the permanent members of the Security Council - Russia, China, Britain, the United States and France. Where the Foundation gave a lot of reasons that prove that the UAE is in Yemen not to help the Yemeni people or to repel the Iranian expansion, but for strategic economic reasons and expansion.
"The UAE is helping the Huthis to control the whole of Yemen instead of fighting them as they claim," she said in a letter to member states. "The latter are busy collecting the spoils of war."
In his letter, Matthew said it was shameful for the UAE to prevent the Yemeni president and prime minister from moving into liberated cities and treating him illegally. The message said that the UAE has completed its control of most of Yemen's ports and has built buildings, infrastructure and military bases in several areas without taking permission from the actual authority of the Yemeni people. It also explained that the UAE imposes de facto authority on the Yemeni people without any legal justification.
The letter also included an explanation of the situation in the Socotra strategic archipelago, where Abu Dhabi launched a military landing and a field hour, established a military base and control of the seaport and uprooted historic trees and plants dating back millions of years.
The letter summed up its demands that the Security Council should meet and that Member States take a decision to condemn Abu Dhabi and expel them from Yemen immediately.
Yesterday, mass demonstrations took place in the city of Hodebo, the capital of the Socotra archipelago, in support of President Abdurbo Mansour Hadi and his legitimate government, and to demand the departure of Emirati troops from Socotra.
Local sources told Deutsche Presse-Agentur dpa that dozens of demonstrators had walked through the streets of Hadibou, waving flags of the Republic of Yemen and Hadi, and went to the residence of the legitimate government, chanting slogans in support of it.
In the past few days, the United Arab Emirates has deployed troops and military equipment at the airport and port of Socotra Island without informing the Yemeni government of this.
The Yemeni government has stated in a previous statement that the essence of the dispute with the UAE is "national sovereignty" and who is entitled to practice and confirmed a statement issued by the UAE Foreign Ministry yesterday that «no aspiration of the UAE in Yemen or any part of it, and steps taken by Many Yemeni provinces liberated but come in support of the security and stability of Yemen and help the legitimacy », but Yemeni politicians have confirmed that what is happening in the archipelago full occupation, and called on the UAE to come out and end the occupation of Scotland. The President of the General Council for the Sons of Al-Mahra and Socotra Abdullah bin Issa Al-Afar called for the withdrawal of the Saudi and Emirati forces from Al-Mahra and Socotra. "The military presence of both countries in the two provinces is unjustified," he said at a meeting held in Muhra, southeast of Yemen.
The Yemeni government has issued a statement saying that the UAE's military control of Socotra is unjustified and that the continuation of the dispute between the UAE and the UAE has negatively affected the Yemeni street and stressed that correcting the imbalance in the relationship between Yemeni legitimacy and the UAE is the responsibility of all.
The government explained that three UAE military planes, tanks and more than 50 soldiers arrived in Socotra, about 350 km from the southern coast of Yemen in the Indian Ocean, and that the UAE forces took control of the ports of the airport and the port, and informed the staff there of the end of their duties.
 The Independent Commission for the Monitoring of the United Nations called for the expulsion of the UAE from Yemen and the immediate end of its military presence after it became an occupying force with expansionist ambitions .. The Commission issued an urgent message to the necessity of the Security Council to discuss the role of the UAE in Yemen, which became a major threat to the composition of Yemen and civil peace and natural resources .
The organization's request came in urgent letters to the permanent members of the Security Council - Russia, China, Britain, the United States and France. Where the Foundation gave a lot of reasons that prove that the UAE is in Yemen not to help the Yemeni people or to repel the Iranian expansion, but for strategic economic reasons and expansion.
"The UAE is helping the Huthis to control the whole of Yemen instead of fighting them as they claim," she said in a letter to member states. "The latter are busy collecting the spoils of war."
In his letter, Matthew said it was shameful for the UAE to prevent the Yemeni president and prime minister from moving into liberated cities and treating him illegally. The message said that the UAE has completed its control of most of Yemen's ports and has built buildings, infrastructure and military bases in several areas without taking permission from the actual authority of the Yemeni people. It also explained that the UAE imposes de facto authority on the Yemeni people without any legal justification.
The letter also included an explanation of the situation in the Socotra strategic archipelago, where Abu Dhabi launched a military landing and a field hour, established a military base and control of the seaport and uprooted historic trees and plants dating back millions of years.
The letter summed up its demands that the Security Council should meet and that Member States take a decision to condemn Abu Dhabi and expel them from Yemen immediately.
Yesterday, mass demonstrations took place in the city of Hodebo, the capital of the Socotra archipelago, in support of President Abdurbo Mansour Hadi and his legitimate government, and to demand the departure of Emirati troops from Socotra.
Local sources told Deutsche Presse-Agentur dpa that dozens of demonstrators had walked through the streets of Hadibou, waving flags of the Republic of Yemen and Hadi, and went to the residence of the legitimate government, chanting slogans in support of it.
In the past few days, the United Arab Emirates has deployed troops and military equipment at the airport and port of Socotra Island without informing the Yemeni government of this.
The Yemeni government has stated in a previous statement that the essence of the dispute with the UAE is "national sovereignty" and who is entitled to practice and confirmed a statement issued by the UAE Foreign Ministry yesterday that «no aspiration of the UAE in Yemen or any part of it, and steps taken by Many Yemeni provinces liberated but come in support of the security and stability of Yemen and help the legitimacy », but Yemeni politicians have confirmed that what is happening in the archipelago full occupation, and called on the UAE to come out and end the occupation of Scotland. The President of the General Council for the Sons of Al-Mahra and Socotra Abdullah bin Issa Al-Afar called for the withdrawal of the Saudi and Emirati forces from Al-Mahra and Socotra. "The military presence of both countries in the two provinces is unjustified," he said at a meeting held in Muhra, southeast of Yemen.
The Yemeni government has issued a statement saying that the UAE's military control of Socotra is unjustified and that the continuation of the dispute between the UAE and the UAE has negatively affected the Yemeni street and stressed that correcting the imbalance in the relationship between Yemeni legitimacy and the UAE is the responsibility of all.
The government explained that three UAE military planes, tanks and more than 50 soldiers arrived in Socotra, about 350 km from the southern coast of Yemen in the Indian Ocean, and that the UAE forces took control of the ports of the airport and the port, and informed the staff there of the end of their duties.