ADEN - SABA
Prime Minister Ma'een Abdulmalik has inspected living and service conditions in Hodeida and existing coordination between the local authority and ministries to improve situations of citizens in liberated districts.
He inspected also situations of the displaced people, whose numbers are increasing continuously fleeing Houthi militia tyranny to areas under government control, and inspected security situations amid continuous Houthi militia's breaches to the UN Truce.
In his meeting with Governor of Hodeida Alhasan Taher in the Transitional Capital of Aden, prime minister directed the local authority to activate its performance to meet demands of citizens in humanitarian, medical and living domains and take care of displaced people.
The meeting touched upon situations in Hodeida City and districts under Houthi militia's control and crimes committed by the militia against citizens and lack of services and the simplest needs of living, in addition to the militia's rejection to pay salaries of government employees from the revenues of Hodeida Port.
He confirmed that continuous international community's negligence to Houthi militia's stubbornness encourage the militia to increase its violations and subjecting revenues of Hodeida Port to its war against Yemeni people.
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