Published in: 0:02, June 17, 2016
Agencies - policy - opinion - the decline and UAE Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Anwar Gargash, on Thursday, hours after announcing the end of his country 's participation in the aggression against Yemen in practice, saying that the Emirati forces would continue its role with Saudi Arabia in the war in Yemen until the announcement of the Arab - led coalition Kingdom "ends the war".
Gargash's remarks came through his account on the official site "Twitter", the day after a lecture on "The Yemeni crisis", witnessed by Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed.
It was the official WAM news agency quoted Gargash as saying, in a lecture, "The war ended today, has been monitoring political arrangements legitimacy to enable the management of basic services and improve their performance and monitoring, backed by the Muslim Brotherhood, Al Qaeda terrorism," as stated on the "age to that."
Gargash said "our armed forces, as I pointed out in my lecture, led their combat role with courage and professional, and this role will continue with Saudi Arabia sister until the announcement of the alliance after the war."
Anwar Gargash had said earlier on Thursday that his country would participate in military aggression against Yemen, led by Saudi Arabia, which lasted more than a year "practically over."
The UAE is a key member of a military alliance led by Saudi Arabia, which intervened in Yemen in March / March 2015.
And the transfer of Gargash Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces as saying: "Our position is clear today and the war virtually ended for our soldiers."
He said on the official account on Twitter "monitor political arrangements and our role is fundamental to enable Yemenis in the liberated areas."
The rocket attack, Yemeni troops killed more than 60 of the Gulf States forces stationed in central Yemen in September / September last, including 52 in the UAE is the heaviest loss suffered by the army of the UAE over the Tarejh.anthy