Aden – Saba
The Council of Ministers discussed a number of issues and topics related to developments at the internal and external levels, including the treacherous terrorist act committed by the Houthi militia with attack drones, which led to the death and injury of a number of Bahraini Defense Force members, serving within the Arab coalition forces participating in Operations Decisive Storm and Restoring Hope.
The Cabinet renewed In its meeting in the temporary capital, Aden, today ts condolences to the brothers in the Kingdom of Bahrain, the king, government and people, and to the families of the martyrs in this painful tragedy, and its wishes for a speedy recovery for the wounded.
It pointed out that this escalation, coinciding with regional and international movements to bring peace to Yemen, is not new and confirms what the government has repeatedly warned about: These [Houthi] militias do not believe in peace and do not care about the suffering of the Yemeni people that they have caused since their coup against the government and ignition of war in late 2014.
The Council of Ministers affirmed that what the terrorist Houthi militia is doing reflects its understanding of the message of peace and that it does not see peace effort as anything but an opportunity and a cover to continue its battles against the Yemeni people and target the security and stability of neighboring countries.
The Council of Ministers reiterated its congratulations to the political leadership, represented by the Presidential Leadership Council, and the great Yemeni people on the occasion of the celebrations of the 61st National Day of the glorious September 26 Revolution.
It saluted the popular momentum to celebrate this national occasion, especially in the areas controlled by the terrorist Houthi militia, despite the campaigns of repression, abuse and Houthi terrorism.
It affirmed the Yemeni people will not give up their national gains and their republican system, whatever the cost.
The Cabinet stressed that the battle of the Yemeni people against the Imamate project continues and will not end before achieving its full goals in liberating all Yemeni territories, restoring state institutions, ending the coup, and winning the values of the republic, partnership, and equal citizenship.
The Prime Minister briefed the members of the Council on developments at various levels, locally and externally, and the role expected from members of the government in this historic and exceptional circumstance. He indicated that the government will face challenges, no matter how difficult, in order to alleviate the living conditions of citizens.
The Prime Minister touched on the continuation of the commendable efforts of the brothers in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Sultanate of Oman, in order to renew the truce and launch a comprehensive political process that guarantees all Yemenis the restoration of security, stability, peace, and development, which the terrorist Houthi militia is responding to with more intransigence
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