President Abdo Rabbo Mansour Hadi said here on Saturday that 75% of Yemen's problems are economic and called on Arab countries to help Yemen overcome those problems.
Hadi made the remarks during a meeting with a visiting delegation of the Arab Parliament.
He briefed the delegation on issues relating to the historic political settlement in Yemen whose implementation is going on in line with the the GCC initiative and its timed implementation mechanism and the UN Security Council's resolutions 2014 and 2051.
"The situation now is better compared with 2011 and 2012," Hadi said.
"We have implemented many of the provisions of the GCC initiative based on the implementation programs on the ground, including many decisions, steps and procedures that led to the restructuring of the armed forces and police as an essential step to create an atmosphere appropriate for the success of the National Dialogue Conference which is going on from success to success," President Hadi told the Arab delegates.
He said hopes are high to overcome the difficulties and challenges to get Yemen to the peace, harmony, development and prosperity, adding that "75% of Yemen's problems are economic and the rise of unemployment and poverty among young people who aspire to a better future through job outlets and the public office to live in safety and dignity."