Yemen Ministry of Foreign Affairs made a call for intervention to Gulf countries in order to stop the Shiite rebels which keep continue towards the south of the country. The United Nations warns that the country was on the verge of civil war. Shiite Houthis made President Abdrabbuh Mansoori overthrow last month. Mansoori went to the port city of Aden which is in the south and established a new management base. At the weekend Houthis captured the Yemen’s third largest city Taiz and approached to Aden a little bit more. United Nations warned that Yemen is on the verge of civil war. Hadi’s Foreign Affairs Minister Riad Yassin spoke to Suudi Asharq al-Awsat newspaper and called Gulf Cooperation Council for intervene which is consisting of six countries. Yassin did not disclose details about the content of the calls made for intervention. Yassin also asked UN and GCC to declare a no-fly zone just after warplanes bombed the presidential palace in Aden at the weekend.
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