Prime Minister Ahmad Obeid bin-Daghr discussed on Thursday with southern leaders led by Mohammad Tammahnational integration and overcoming differences which leads to chaos and violence.
The leaders of the south, who briefed bin-Daghr on normalizing conditions in liberated provinces and providing services, pointed out that the federal state of six regions included just solution to the Southern Issue and demanded quick implementation of the outcomes of the National Dialogue Conference, especially articles on regions.
Prime Minister stressed on national integration behind the legality represented in President Hadi and working together for ending the coup and restoring the state.
" Houthi militia overthrew the outcomes of the National Dialogue Conference after signing it and participated in it for they included just solution for wealth and power sharing," said bin-Daghr, noting that implementing the outcomes of the National Dialogue Conference is the only way for peace Yemeni people across Yemen seek.
"The government exerts efforts for providing services and realizing peace and stability across liberated provinces to meet demands and aspirations of the people despite scarcity of resources and capabilities," added bin-Daghr.
He confirmed that the federal state will solve issues of the citizen and ensure his equal rights to live decent life in his homeland, in an experience proved success in federal countries.
He confirmed that the legitimacy's door is open for all under law.
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