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A Yemeni fighter walks past a damaged part of the international airport of Yemen’s southern port city of Aden July 24, 2015. REUTERS/Faisal Al Nasser

Aden- Yemen President Abdrabbuh Mansur Hadi arrived on Sunday in the temporary capital of Yemen, Aden, after a one-week visit to Saudi Arabia.

Hadi discussed with Saudi officials developments of the situation in Yemen, operations to liberate areas controlled by Houthi militias and economic and security situations in liberated areas in light of coordination and cooperation between Yemeni legitimate government and Arab Coalition States.

Hadi’s visit to Riyadh was successful, pointing out that Hadi discussed with the leadership of the Arab Coalition the liberation of the western coast of Yemen, al-Hudeidah governorate and Midi in Hajjah governorate.

Hadi’s return to Aden coincided with the resumption of civil aviation movement in Aden International Airport Sunday after a several days’ halt due to security breaches in its surroundings.

Director General of Aden Airport said the airport will receive flights from several Arab capitals after they were suspended for several days.

Armed clashes took place between the presidential security guards and the security troops of the airport last week.

The clashes forced the aviation authorities to change the course of all flights to Seyoun Airport in Hadramout province in eastern Yemen.