Yemeni political sources have revealed that there is no any Russian mediation to resolve tensions with Tehran, affirming that the Yemeni government refused any direct contacts with Iran, the Emirati al-Khaleej newspaper said.
Al-Khaleej said that Yemen has not requested any mediation and that it only accepts mediations if they are on the base of ending all Iranian middling entirely.
The sources affirmed that the Yemeni authorities have confirmed evidence that Iran funds armed groups to carry out sabotage acts inside Yemen, describing that the Iranian response to the accusations of President Abdu Rabo Mansour Hadi as rude.
They also said that relations with Iran will be worsened if Tehran does not stop its meddling in Yemen's affairs.
They asserted that Yemen actually summoned its ambassador to Tehran to consultations, indicating that Sana'a refuses repatriating members of the espionage ring that was detained last week by the Yemeni authorities.
The Kuwaiti Al-Qabas newspaper quoted on Sunday Yemeni political sources as saying that Foreign Ministry has summoned a number of Iranian diplomats in Sana'a, informed them that they are no longer desired in Yemen and gave them an ultimatum of 72 hours to leave the state.
Yemeni security sources have revealed that investigation conducted by the Yemeni authorities with an Iranian espionage ring have revealed that Syrian diplomats in Yemen were involved in an Iranian espionage ring.
According to Alsyasya, a Kuwaiti newspaper, a Syrian diplomat was among nine-member spy ring that was arrested by the Yemeni authorities last week