Political sources revealed the secrets of the Saudi-sponsored Jeddah Agreement that is set to be signed between the exiled Hadi government and the Southern Transitional Council (STC), which is backed by the UAE occupation.
The sources confirmed that the final draft of the agreement between the “Hadi government” and the Southern Transitional Council overthrew the government stressed the formation of a new government and enabled the STC to impose its control over all southern provinces through his unique selection of local authorities.
The sources pointed out that the Jeddah agreement assigned security tasks in the southern provinces by the Security Belt militia.
The sources explained that the agreement paved the way for the separation of the southern provinces through the security and military attaché of the agreement, which stressed the departure of all military units of Hadi from those provinces, especially from Shabwah, Hadhramaut and Mahrah.
The oil fields and major ports in these provinces are controlled by Saudi forces, under the name of restructuring the army and subjecting it to the command of the Saudi-led aggression coalition against Yemen.
The Hadi government and the Islah party have been under pressure by Saudi Arabia to agree to the terms of the agreement, in exchange for reducing the presence of UAE forces in the southern provinces, one of the sources said.
The sources pointed out that the agreement is expected to be signed within the next two days in the Saudi capital Riyadh, after the completion of the latest arrangements on it, and in the presence of the United Nations and international representatives.
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