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Cabinet reviews a number of reports and emphasizes readiness to deal with potential changes
[17/10/2022 03:16]
Aden – Sabba
In its meeting today, in the temporary capital, Aden, headed by Prime Minister Dr. Maeen Abdul-Malik, the Council of Ministers reviewed a number of reports on its agenda related to issues and situations at the political, military, security, service and economic levels, and took the appropriate decisions regarding them.

The Council held an extensive discussion on the overall general situation, and assessed the level of procedures for implementing the ministries and the competent authorities for the recommendations and government decisions taken based on the directives of the Presidential Leadership Council, in addition to the plan for implementing economic, financial and administrative reforms.

on the national economy and the living life of citizens. At the beginning of the meeting, the Prime Minister briefed the members of the Council on the developments of the situation at various political, economic, service, military and security levels, and the directives of the Presidential Leadership Council of the government on a number of issues, and an assessment of the level of implementation.. He stressed the importance of continuing and doubling government efforts during this stage and arranging priorities in line with urgent needs. , and alleviate the suffering of the citizens.

Dr. Moeen Abdul-Malik pointed to the keenness of the government and the Presidential Council to extend and expand the UN truce and its approval of the proposal submitted by the Special Envoy of the Secretary-General of the United Nations, which was rejected by the Houthi militia in confirmation of its permanent evasion of peace entitlements and that it is merely a proxy for implementing the agenda of the Iranian regime.

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