SANA’A, YEMEN (5:15 P.M.) – The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has lifted the two year long house arrest of Yemeni Ambassador Ahmed Ali Abdullah Saleh, the son of former president Ali Abdullah Saleh.

Informed sources told Arabic web site “Al Murasel Net” that Ambassador Ahmed Ali is no longer held in the UAE and has not been under house arrest for a short time.

This comes after a dispute took place between Saudi Arabia and UAE in the port-city of Aden last week, prompting exiled president Hadi to sack the governor of the Aden Governorate and a minister loyal to the Emirati government.

The sources added that Ambassador Ahmed Ali began to hold meetings and political discussions with the UAE after lifting the ban.

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