Amir Abdollahian warned that terrorist groups are making all-out efforts to create division within different Yemeni ranks, and added, "Tehran supports a Yemen which moves on the path of national unity, social welfare, security and regional stability."
"We closely study Yemen's developments and try to help Yemeni people to the best of our ability," the Iranian official further said.
Yemen has been suffering turmoil since a popular uprising that erupted in 2011 ended the autocracy of President Ali Abdullah Saleh a year later.
The Houthi (Ansarullah) forces seized control of Sana'a in September of 2014 and have since then moved to extend their control to other provinces.
The revolutionaries say the former government was incapable of establishing security and had permanently failed in managing the administrative affairs of the impoverished Muslim country.
Now Ansarullah is ruling Yemen and its fighters have struck major success in defeating and pushing back the Al-Qaeda groups operating in the Southern parts of the country.
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