Yemen's ministry for foreign affairs on Saturday authorized the Arab coalition which has been conducting airstrikes against militants to impose a blockade on the country's sea ports.
The Saudi-led coalition will be responsible for monitoring and protecting the Yemeni seaports without participation from the Yemeni forces.
The move, which comes three weeks after Arab fighter jets and warships controlled Yemeni airspace and ports, aims to prevent the Houthi militants from receiving foreign support and arms amid attempts by Iran to help them.
Meanwhile, leaving the Arab coalition to be solely responsible for bringing the situation under control raises questions and concerns about the country's future, experts warned.
Arab countries should help Yemen to have a capable military command and reassemble national forces so that the country never becomes completely dependent on others, experts said.
If Yemen continues to be without national forces, the Arab military intervention could turn to be counterproductive in the end, they said.
Arabs are supposed to think of building a Yemeni army coinciding with their operation to guarantee success of their intervention in a specific time and prevent dissident forces from getting a chance to claim they are still the army amid sings a political deal could be reached anytime in the future, they said.
They added that building Yemeni forces is very necessary to avoid possible collapse or violence after the Arab action ends.
Arab countries backed by the US, some EU countries and Islamic states launched the operation in response to an appeal by the legitimate president Abdu Rabbu Mansour Hadi.
Hadi and the government had failed to resist the militants who are receiving support from the forces loyal to ex-president Saleh.
Most of the Yemeni armed forces including all elite brigades are loyal to the ex-president.
In the past nine months, these forces have helped the militants to take over around 70% of the military weapons, carry out a coup against the transition president and government and spread chaos all over Yemen.
The Arab coalition has now destroyed most of the bases and weapons of these forces.
Taking into account the above facts, Yemen has become without a real army and that represents a huge problem and can lead to serious consequences in the future, experts said.
Yemen has two of the most dangerous militant groups in the world, the pro-Iran Houthi group and Al-Qaeda.
Experts affirmed it is better that Arabs think how to face the two groups now better than latter.
Experts said there are still forces which are loyal to the legitimate president and can shoulder the responsibility when needed.
Pro-legitimacy forces need suitable help including training and weapons in order to lay the groundwork for a new army in the country, they said.
One more reason for why it is very important to create Yemeni forces is that the Arab coalition still needs more time to defeat the Houthi militants and pro-Saleh forces, expert said.
The humanitarian situation is fast aggravating and popular resistance is not that helpful because of lack of leadership which means the situation requires a military backup from inside, they elaborated.