Hadi to Saudi Arabia for Islamic summit taking place in Mecca.SANA'A, Aug. 15 -- Yemeni political analysts said President Abdu Rabu Mansour Hadi's visit to Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia (sä`dē ərā`bēə, sou`–, sô–), officially Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, kingdom (2005 est. pop. coincides with Yemen's tough economic and security situations. Saudi Arabia is a main supporter of Yemen.
Ahmed Al-Sabahi, a political analyst, said Hadi's visit to Saudi Arabia is very reasonable; there was also a visit to Qatar.
"That is to say, the Saudi-Qatari mercenary support is the biggest." He said that perhaps Hadi largely concentrates on Saudi Arabia due to the size of the Saudi backup provided for Yemen annually.
"This year the support has increased in comparison with the last years," Al-Sabahi said.
Al-Sabahi said he expected the visit would result in increased support and scope for Hadi to continue disintegrating the power of the former regime and to reorganize the army under a single leadership.
"I don't think his (Hadi's) absence triggered the Defense Ministry events," he said. "Prior to this occurrence, the Interior Ministry was exposed to destructive attacks and robbery while Hadi in Yemen. Indeed, these acts will be negatively inflicted on the remnants of the former regime." Hadi met with Saudi King Abdullah King Abdullah can refer to:
"I implore im·plore
v. im·plored, im·plor·ing, im·plores
1. To appeal to in supplication; beseech: implored the tribunal to have mercy.
2. you to bear the responsibility and be eligible to do so," Abdulaziz said.
He also proposed the establishment of a dialogue center for all Islamic doctrines located in Riyadh; the Islamic Cooperation Organization will select the members.
Hadi left for Saudi Arabia on Monday; it is the second visit to the country since his installation six months ago as president, following the ouster of former President Ali Abdullah Saleh Field Marshal Ali Abdullah Saleh (Arabic: علي عبد الله صالح), born March 21, 1942, is the current President of Yemen. .
Salah Al-Deen Al-Asadi, a journalist, said Yemen's participation in such a summit is substantial because this will enhance the role of the country regionally and in Islamic nations.
"There are also subsidiary things pertinent to the Gulf Initiative," Al-Asadi said. "It is important to discuss that with the patrons of the initiative and search the latest developments".
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