SHABWA – SABA
Prime Minister Dr. Maeen Abdul-Malik chaired a meeting of the local and executive authority and the military and security leaders in Shabwa Governorate, to discuss the military, security, economic and service conditions, and the requirements of battle against the Houthi coupist militia until the completion of the restoration of the state and the end of the coup.
The meeting reviewed the priorities of government support and support for the battle on the outskirts of Shabwa, based on the directives of His Excellency President Abd Rabbo Mansour Hadi, the Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces, among the highest priorities for supporting various fronts and in coordination with the Arab Coalition.
They also discussed the security, economic and service situation in Shabwa governorate, overcoming the existing challenges, the efforts made by the local authority in various aspects, and the support mechanisms required from the government within the integrative work to enhance performance.
The Prime Minister indicated that he was keen, through this visit, to look closely at the needs of the governorate and the conditions of the fighters on the fronts, and to respond to them as a top priority for the government. He said, "This battle is not only the battle of Shabwa and Marib, but it is the battle of all Yemenis to preserve their dignity and the republic and the state."
He stressed the importance of uniting ranks because the fate of this battle will determine the future of Yemen for decades, either freedom and equality, or a system of slavery, which the Yemenis will not accept..
Pointing out that the goal is to restore Sanaa and every inch of the homeland still under the control of the Houthi militia.
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