Debates are ongoing inside Yemeni political corridors to appoint 20 ambassadors to regional and international states, well-informed sources said.
It made it clear that discussions exerted by President Abdu Rabo Mansour Hadi and political parties to end disagreements regarding appointing over than 20 ambassadors.
The sources said that the former oil ministers Khalid Bahah or Amir Salim al-Aidros will be appointed as an ambassador to Washington.
Media sources had said that Amat al-Aleem Al-Sowsah, an assistant of the UN Secretary General, may be appointed as an ambassador to Washington.
Foreign Minister Abu Bakar al-Qirbi has said that more than 20 Yemeni ambassadors will be appointed, but these appointments were delayed due to disagreements among political sides.
Hadi appointed last week the former premier Ali Mujawar as ambassador and permanent representative of the Republic of Yemen to the European headquarters of the United Nations in Geneva.
Hadi fired on Wednesday Chairman of the Supreme Judicial Council Esam al-Samawi and appointed a new one, Ali Nasser Salem.
The military-run 26 September newspaper expected that Hadi will issue other significant military and security decisions.It quoted well-informed sources as saying that the decisions will complete the process of the army reorganization according to national principles, pointing out that such steps will strengthen counter-terrorism efforts and resumption of essential services. Dozens of soldiers of the Republican Guard protested on Thursday against Hadi's recent decisions and surrounded the headquarters of the defense ministry, but military forces left after they were threatened with using force against them.