Foreign Minister Abu Bakar Al-Qirbi has said that investigations with the Iranian spy ring are still ongoing, stressing that some Iranian religious groups provoke seditions in Yemen.
"Iranian media outlets are operating to broadcast false massages about Yemen" he affirmed in an interview with the London-based Alhyah newspaper.
Yemeni political parties accuses Iran with supporting the Saada-based Houthi group with the aim of inflaming problems and carrying out the agendas of Iran in the regions.
Some Yemeni political parties alleged that the Houthi group was behind the group against the US Embassy on last Thursday in which dozens of protesters stormed the embassy, ruined and looted its contents.
The Houthi group whose main slogan is "God is Great, Death to America, Death to Israel, a curse on the Jews" took control on Saada during the protest wave that hit Yemen in 2011.
The Yemeni Defense Ministry said in July that the security authorities arrested an Iranian espionage, spelling out that the cell was tasked with running spy operations in Yemen and African Horn.
However, no more details or results of investigations were declared so far.
For its part, Tehran denied allegations about the arrest of an Iranian spy cell run by a leader of Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC).
In remarks to the Iranian Al-Alam TV, a spokesman of the Iranian Foreign Affairs cautioned other states against interference in Yemen's affairs, stressing that interventions in the affairs of the regional states is a wrong approach.