Vice President and Prime Minister Khalid Bahah said on Tuesday the government is doing its best to restore stability and establish permanent peace in Yemen.
The government always stands for peace and is keen on making all peace efforts a success, he said.
"I say to the coup planners: read the history well to know what the fate of those who stand against their people was," he said at a press conference in Abu Dhabi.
The news conference came as the UN envoy to Yemen Ismail Ould Cheikh is continuing efforts to hold a new round of talks between the Yemeni factions in order to end the ten-months conflict.
Among his remarks, Bahah said the Houthi group and former president have tampered with the financial system of Yemen since they seized power and the capital Sanaa in late 2014.
"The Houthis and former president have spent around $7 billion from the public funds for their absurd wars against the civilians," he said.
"The government is facing extraneous terrorism in various forms in the provinces retaken from the Houthis," he said, pointing out that militant groups have been standing as roadblocks to rebuilding these provinces.
With support from the Saudi-led coalition, the government forces have retaken most of the southern regions.
Battles between the government and Houthi forces are continuing in other regions.
The Arab coalition launched a bombing campaign in late March in order to restore the legitimacy of the Yemeni government.
It is continuing its support to the government forces during the ongoing battles in northern, middle and eastern regions.