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Main street in Aden re-named 'The Emirati Martyrs Street'

Street linking the city of Al Buraiqa and the city of Saldin re-named in honour of Emirati servicemen

Main street in Aden re-named 'The Emirati Martyrs Street'
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The Popular Resistance, loyal to the Yemeni legitimate government, has re-named a main street in the City of Al-Buraiqa (Aden Minor) 'The Emirati Martyrs Street" in memory of the UAE soldiers who lost their lives during the Saudi-led Arab coalition's ‘Operation Restoring Hope’ in Yemen.

The 'www.adenghad.net' news website quoted a source from Popular Resistance as saying the street linking the city of Al Buraiqa and the city of Saldin was re-named in honour of the Emirati servicemen who sacrificed their lives to liberate Yemen from rebel militia.

The source noted that the UAE and the other members of the coalition took historical stances in support of the people of Yemen and defended its land and honour against the rebel militia and gangs.

The source further stressed that Yemenis, in Southern Yemen in particular, will never forget these historical and fraternal stances of the UAE and other members of the Cooperation Council of the Gulf Arab States (GCC).

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