Prime Minister Ma'een Abdulmalik met Thursday with representatives of the Southern Transitional Council (STC) and discussed with them consultations of forming new government and priorities of its tasks led by reforms, unifying national front for ending Houthi coup, rescuing economy and normalizing conditions in liberated provinces.
The meeting stressed forming the new government from competent officials to be able to tackle current political, military, security, service and economic challenges in addition to drying up corruption sources and activating the state's institutions.
The meeting confirmed significance of forming the new government on the defined time included in the mechanism of speeding up implementation of Riyadh Agreement and implementing the military and security agreement.
Abdulmalik discussed with officials of the STC measures must be implemented for dealing with current challenges led by deterioration of the price of the national currency and its aftermaths on people's living conditions, fixing faults, controlling government's incomes, improving humanitarian conditions, facing corona pandemic and improving basic services.
He put the representatives of the council in the picture of all challenges and his vision to deal with them in accordance with the quick priorities, which require swift accomplishment to be reflected directly on citizen's living conditions.
For their part, the STC's representatives welcomed confidence giving to Abdulmalik and appointing him by President Hadi to form the new government, expressing their confidence in his ability in overcoming current challenges and realizing touchable accomplishment to citizens.