Yemen's ex-president says could work with Russia to 'fight terrorism'

Saleh’s party now runs a political council that controls much of the country along with the Houthi movement allied to Iran.
A newly-formed governing council in Yemen could work with Russia to “fight terrorism” by allowing Moscow use of the war-torn country’s military bases, Yemen’s former president said on Sunday.
Ali Abdullah Saleh, a former counter-terrorism ally of the U.S. who was toppled by mass protests in 2011, told state-owned channel Russia 24 that Yemen was ready to grant Moscow access to air and naval bases.
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Source: reuters.com

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