Southern media reported, quoting sources in the government-run Aden Net Company, that a technical team affiliated with the Emirati company NX had arrived in the city, indicating that it was preparing to start the process of finally separating Aden's communications from Sana'a.
The sources confirmed that the team has a plan to link Aden's communications directly with the UAE.
The sources revealed that the team will currently work as a contractor with Aden Net, whose decision of the coalition government to sell it to the UAE sparked disputes in the authority loyal to the coalition, considering the team's status as temporary until the acquisition of the telecommunications sector is completed.
By taking over the communications sector, the UAE is actively seeking to transform Aden into a private fiefdom of Abu Dhabi. It aims at controlling the security system inside the city through a special operations room run by Emirati intelligence officers.
The members of the Parliament affiliated with the coalition have sent a letter to the head of the “Presidential Council”, Rashad al-Alimi, regarding their objection to the draft contract with the UAE telecom company, NX, before the parliamentary committee completed its investigation into the issues raised about the company. However, the pro-aggression government approved the agreement on Monday, without any regard for the objections.
Leaks from the pro-aggression government indicate that the move to empower the UAE telecom company is being sponsored and encouraged by Al-Alimi. He had previously received letters from leaders in the pro-aggression government about the need to stop the agreement with the Emirati NX company, but he did not show any interest in the objections to the agreement.
In conjunction with awarding the Emirati company a monopoly contract for communications in Aden, the UAE set about establishing an integrated security system in Aden, run by intelligence officers from the Emirates.
The telecommunications sector is one of the most dangerous sectors, which any party that controls it can use it in intelligence, security and military work, and eavesdropping. This means enabling the UAE to actually control the city through the special operations room that the UAE recently established in Aden.
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