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Nobel laureate says no to Riyadh agreement’s annexes fostering Saudi guardianship over Yemen

The Nobel Peace Prize-winning human rights activist Tawakkol Karman has rejected the annexes of an agreement signed today in the Saudi capital of Riyadh between the internationally recognized Yemeni government and the UAE-backed South Transitional Council, stressing that Saudi Arabia has always had hidden agendas and evil goals towards Yemen.

“We reject the annexes of the agreement providing for guardianship and hegemony of Riyadh over Yemen. We see in them an occupation whose overthrow should be a top priority and a national duty for Yemenis”, Mrs. Karman wrote on her official Facebook page.
She added: "The problem has always lain in Riyadh and not in the texts of agreements signed and sponsored by Riyadh." 

"Saudi Arabia has always had a suspicious agenda and unspoken satanic goals in Yemen. This is our long-standing problem with Riyadh."

She, however, stressed that Yemen will regain its sovereignty at over its territory and enjoy the prestige among its neighbors.