Prime Minister Ma'een Abdulmalik has directed security forces in Aden to double efforts to enhance security and stability and foil any plot targeting public stability of citizens.
Receiving Director of Aden Police Mutahhar al-Shuaibi on Wednesday here, Prime Minister was briefed on complete report on latest developments in security conditions and efforts of concerned bodies to face security challenges, including drugs, smuggling and terrorist elements.
The report included efforts of building security institutions, especially investigations units, criminal investigation, police and traffics and constructing their premises and providing them with logistic needs, pointing out to support provided by brothers in the UAE to security sector in Aden through field and academic training and providing equipment and furnishing a number of security facilities.
Prime Minister pointed out to integrity of all state institutions to face all security challenges, whatever they are, led by sabotage operations by Houthi terrorist militia, cracking down on terrorist elements and limiting drug dealing.
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