President Abdu Rabo Mansour Hadi is to arrive in the Qatari capital, Doha, on Thursday night as he will meet with the Emir Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani.
According to the Qatari News Agency (QNA), Hadi will discuss with al-Thani mutual relations, as well as regional and international issues.
This is the first visit of Hadi to Qatar since he was elected on February 21. Yemen state media outlets have not stated any news about Hadi visits so far.
Hadi visit comes one day after Hadi met with leaders of Yemen's different political parties and military commanders during a dinner banquet in the Republican Palace.
Relations between Yemen and Qatar witnessed tenses in 2011 after the former president Ali Abdullah Saleh alleged that Qatar interfered in Yemen's affairs, but Qatar denied that, considering that an attempt of the regime to evade demands of Saleh's resignation.
Saleh repeatedly attacked Qatar, accusing it of supporting protesters who demanded him to step down, fingering Qatar for all the Middle East unrest in Egypt, Syria, Bahrain, Tunisia.
"Qatar has so much money they don't know what to do with it, and are setting a financial foundation to become one of the big players in the middle east by funding all the unrest." Saleh said in one of his recent interviews.
Qatar was among the first countries that called Saleh to cede power and urged Saleh to sing the GCC-brokered power transfer deal without delay after protesters took to streets demanding to step down.