President Abdrabbo Mansour Hadi heads to Qatar within days

As a massive operation to liberate Yemen from the Iranian-backed Houthi militias, armed Brotherhood groups, and political arms that have implicated the country in many crimes and misfortunes, President Abdrabbo Mansour Hadi is heading to Qatar, home to several of the group’s leaders, for a controversial visit.

Hadi visits Qatar

Sources revealed that Yemeni President Abdrabbo Mansour Hadi is expected to visit Qatar, following the appointment of a Yemeni ambassador to Doha following the Gulf reconciliation.

The sources said: The Yemeni president’s expected visit to Doha, Qatar, will take place in the coming days; it is the first of its kind since the Gulf boycott.

This visit raised many questions as it will coincide with the expanded operations of the Arab coalition, the southern Giants Brigades, and the Yemeni army; the sources said that Hadi holds several important files in his pocket, including the normalization of relations between the two countries, to exploit Qatar with the aim of pumping money to Yemen.

The purpose of the visit will also be to relieve the pressure on the Brotherhood movement within Sharia following developments on the ground in Shabwah and Marib, especially in light of the accusations leveled against this Qatari-backed movement of collusion with the Houthis, as well as the desire to lessen the Arab coalition’s strikes on the militias.

The visit comes after the internationally recognized Yemeni government appointed an ambassador to Doha from the Qatari Movement’s cronies in the Muslim Brotherhood. The appointment was followed by a visit to Doha by Yemeni Vice President Ali Mohsen Al-Ahmar.

The sources also said that Qatar wants the visit to show that it reflects the atmosphere of Gulf reconciliation and the results of the Summit of al-Ula, and to complete the implementation of the Riyadh agreement signed between the Yemeni government and the Southern Transitional Council.

The Brotherhood and Doha

The acceleration of normalization with Qatar by the legitimate Yemeni government in all its parties since the Al-Ula Summit proves that the Brotherhood is seeking to compensate for the period of direct disconnect with Doha during the Gulf boycott, despite reports of continued financial, media and logistical support from Qatar to the Houthis, and the role of Doha in exacerbating relations between the parties opposing the Houthi coup.

The visit coincides with the statement of the government team to follow up on the implementation of the Riyadh Agreement, issued last Wednesday, in which they denounced the statements made by the head of the negotiations affairs unit and member of the Presidency of the Transitional Council, Nasser Al-Khabji, who accused Ali Mohsen Al-Ahmar of being behind the failure of the agreement signed between the two sides in November 2019 under the auspices of the Saudi government.

The Yemeni government’s statement came after the Transitional Council’s leader demanded that the Yemeni vice president step down from power and affirmed the council’s recognition of the legitimacy of the Yemeni president. The statement, issued by the Riyadh Agreement implementation team, said the Yemeni legitimacy is allegations and statements that lack credibility and go beyond reality.

The Arab coalition launched Operation Freedom for Happy Yemen and joined the Giants Brigades in the southern Marib Front, confirming that they have made qualitative progress on the northern and Yemeni Marib fronts.

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