SANA'A, Dec. 26 (Saba) - President Abdo Rabbo Mansour Hadi said Wednesday that Yemen is on the way to overcome the crisis completely.
The President made the statement during his meeting with Endowment and Islamic Affairs Minister Hamoud Ubad alongside a group of clerk and scholars after concluding their consultative conference Tuesday in Sana'a.
Hadi said that we are about to convene the national comprehensive dialogue conference, which is essential for the deep change and to come out with a national consensus vision for a new state based on good governance, law and order.
"Yemen from the north to the south had enough of disagreements, conflicts and coups since the Yemeni revolution. We have to look at the future for the sake of the youths and the coming generations," he said.
President Hadi indicated to the importance of Yemeni unification and tackling the Southern issue and Sa'ada problem fairly.
He urged the clerks and scholars to do their duty of spreading awareness of the value of unity, social peace and accord and to enlighten the people on the aftermaths of stirring a dissension between Zaidi and Shafi'i.
He reviewed several issues concerning the serious repercussions of the 2011 crisis in the political, security and economic areas, pointing to the regional and international assistance to revive the Yemeni economy and return live to normal.