Chief of General Staff Ahmed Al-Ashwal met on Tuesday with the UK Ambassador to Yemen Nicholas Hopton in Sana'a and discussed mutual relationship and how to enhance and develop them, particularly in the military and security fields.They further reviewed Yemen's updates and development in the implementation of the GCC-mediated power transfer deal, victories made against Al-Qaeda in Abyan and Shabwa.Al-Ashwal praised supports provided by the United Kingdom to Yemen, stressing that the Yemeni army dislodged most southern areas of Al-Qaeda militant. Hopton affirmed that the UK will go on supporting Yemen's security, stability and unity , indicating that it will actively support the dialogue conference. Yemen witnessed deteriorated security situation as terrorist groups seek to target Yemeni high-ranking officials and other government facilitates and embassies. On Monday a high-ranking intelligence officer, Mohaamad Al-Qaudami was killed in Sana'a. Meanwhile, media sources spoke about sharp disagreement between President Abdu Rabo Mansour Hadi and commander of the Republican Guard, Ahmed Ali Abdullah Saleh in the wake of removing military checkpoints at the entrances of the capital Sana'a. The sources said that this issue will be raised before the UN envoy who is currently visiting Yemen. All checkpoints at the entrances of the capital Sana'a are still run by the Republican Guard led by Ahmed. The United Nations Security Council has dispatched a UN mission headed by Benomar that will last weeks to follow up the implementation of the UN Security Council Resolution 2014 on Yemen, diplomatic sources have said.