Aden, Cairo, December 16: the Yemeni government and the southern Transitional Council completed the withdrawal and redeployment of their troops from the fighting area in the southern Abyan Province on December 16. < / P > < p > a Yemeni government officer, who did not want to be named, said in a telephone interview on the same day that under the supervision of Saudi Arabia led multinational coalition forces, the two armies have all withdrawn from the fighting area in Abyan province. In addition, the forces of the southern Transitional Council have been withdrawn from Aden. < / P > < p > the official said that the two sides will announce the establishment of a new coalition government in a few days, “the new coalition government will direct all military operations to the husai armed forces”. On October 10, under the mediation of the coalition forces, the Yemeni government and the southern Transitional Council reached an agreement to implement the military and security provisions in the Riyadh agreement signed by the two sides, clearing the way for the establishment of a Yemeni coalition government. In 2017, zobedi, governor of Aden Province, who was dismissed by Yemeni president Hadi, joined forces with southern tribes and some military and political leaders to form the southern Transitional Council to seek the independence of the southern region. In August 2019, armed forces of the southern Transitional Council clashed with Yemeni security forces. In early November of the same year, the two sides signed a power distribution agreement in Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia, agreeing to jointly form a new government, but the agreement was not implemented. In April this year, the southern Transitional Council announced the implementation of autonomy in southern Yemeni provinces. In July, the Yemeni government and the southern Transitional Council accepted the new mechanism proposed by Saudi Arabia to speed up the implementation of the Riyadh agreement, including the maintenance of a cease-fire between the two sides and the abandonment of autonomy by the southern Transitional Council.