A source close to the Yemen's presidency has said that the attack against the US Embassy in Sana'a was an attempt to hinder the imminent visit of President Abdu Rabo Mansour Hadi to Washington. The source described that the attack against the embassy as an open political game, pointing out that some political sides exploit the current situation of Yemen to provoke chaos.
Preparations are being made to the visit of President Abdu Rabo Mansour Hadi to the United States scheduled to be in late September.
According to well-informed sources, Hadi will also take part in Yemen's Friend Group on 27 September in which financial pledges will be given to Yemen to fund development projects, help it resume essential services and assist refugees.
Hadi will deliver a speech about updates of Yemen's situations and efforts of the political settlement, singling out that he will hold talks with US officials about mutual cooperation and efforts of counterterrorism, the sources added.
Hadi had apologized to the US President Barrack Obama and the US people after protesters attacked the embassy, ruined and looted its contents.
He vowed to bring the culprits to justice, saying the attack by a "rowdy crowd" was part of a conspiracy to derail Yemen's close relations with Washington.
Meanwhile, Obama thanked Hadi on Thursday for condemning an attack on the US embassy and launching an investigation, the White House said.