A senior member of Yemen’s Ansarullah reacted to the recent conflict in Aden, urging all the Yemeni political parties to return to the negotiating table and find a solution for the country’s crisis.

Iran Press/Middle East: In a Facebook post on Thursday, a member of Ansarullah's political bureau, Mohammed al-Bakhiti, asked all the Yemeni political parties and groups to return to the negotiating table if only Yemeni groups are part of the talks and no foreigners.

Al-Bakhiti also addressed the Yemeni people saying: "The fightings in Aden proves that relying on foreign intervention and choosing the military solution is wrong."

The so-called 'Security Belt Forces', which is the military wing of the Southern Transitional Council related to UAE, clashed on Wednesday with the country's fugitive former president Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi guards, who are supported by Saudi Arabia in Aden.

At least three people were killed and nine injured in the clashes, local officials and residents told Reuters.

According to Alalam TV, fighting resumed in Aden as major explosions rocked the city. The explosions have happened as a result of a continuing conflict between the 'Southern Transitional Council' troops and Mansur Hadi guards.

In a statement on Thursday, the European Union Foreign Policy Chief Federica Mogherini referred to the escalating tensions between UAE and Saudi military proxy groups and called them to cease violence and to engage in dialogue immediately. 

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