Yemen's security authorities offered on Wednesday $25,000 to anyone who will give information that might lead to the arrest of the killers of a Saudi diplomat, Khalid al-Enizi.
An Emirati official has called the Yemeni authorities for launching an urgent and transparent investigation into the killing of a Saudi diplomat by unidentified gun men in Sana'a.
Bahrain foreign affairs ministry condemned the incident and called the Yemeni authorities to take all measures to identify the perpetrators.
Many Yemeni political parties and organization strongly condemned the incident, calling on security authorities to swiftly indentify the criminals and arrest them.
Saudi Arabia said on Wednesday the assassination of its diplomat in Yemen will never affect the bilateral relations between the two neighbors.
The Saudi interior minister Mohammad bin Nayef said that the crime will rather strengthen the bilateral cooperation between the Saudi kingdom and Yemen to mobilize all efforts to eradicate terrorism, the Yemeni News Agency, Saba, said.
In October, masked gunmen shot dead a Yemeni man who worked in the security office of the U.S. Embassy in Sanaa, weeks after Abdulilah Al-Ashwal, a senior intelligence official, was killed in a drive-by shooting in the capital.
A Saudi diplomat, Abdullah Al-Khalidi, was kidnapped in the port city of Aden on March 28 and several video messages of al-Khalidi were posted by Al-Qaeda in which he appealed to the Saudi authorities to meet the demands of captors through releasing Al-Qaeada prisoners and pay a ransom.