The newly-appointed governor of And Waheed Ali Rasheed has said he has plans to protect the government facilities and protect the proprieties of people.
He affirmed that security and stability would be consolidated, after the governorate witnessed violence acts in which at least ten soldiers and civilians were killed.
In a meeting with officials of the governorate, Rasheed urged them to cooperate to maintain security, remove armed manifestations and impose the rule of law inside the port city.
He said that police stations will be reordered across the districts of Aden, calling all people to cooperate to improve the services provided to citizens.
Rasheed had visited a number of public authorities including Aden international Airport, ordering the officials to do best to boost up the living standards of people.
Separately, The Yemeni Interior Ministry affirmed that put the security forces in alert in Aden and Lahj provinces with the aim of repelling any attempts of Al-Qaeda to repeat events of Abyan there.
The Interior Minister Abduk-Kadir Qahtan had directed to send two military units of the Central Security to maintain security and stability in the governorates, as the ministry affirmed in its website.
In a statement, the ministry said it received information about the growth of Al-Qaeda in some southern areas, pointing out that the new Commander of the Southern Region requested sending reinforcements to prevent the repeating of Abyan's events in other governorates.
Militants linked to al Qaeda had launched strikes on positions of the Yemeni military, killing more that 105 soldiers and controlled several military positions in some districts of the southern governorate of Abyan.