Prime Minister Ahmed Obeid Bin-Dagher returned Friday to Aden, interim capital, accompanied by a number of his government's members after his visit to Saudi Arabia Kingdom during which he met with the President of the Republic and the Vice President.
In his meetings with the President and Vice President Bin-Dagher briefed the two leaders on the latest developments in the liberated provinces.
The prime minister also met in Riaydh with a number of ambassadors of Arab and friendly countries. His talks with them focused on the recent developments in the Yemeni national arena, mainly in Sana'a the wake of killing the former president Ali Saleh and atrocities have been committed by the militia against many leaders of the General People Congress.
Bin-Dagher received in Aden a number of ministers including Minister of Telecom Eng. Lutif Ashareef, Minster Public Health and Population Nasser Ba'aum, Minister of Education Dr Abdullah Al-Malass, Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research Dr Hussein Ba-Salama, Head of Political Security Organization Maj. Abdoh Al-Hothaifi, Head of National Security Organization Maj. General Ahmed Al-Massa'abi and several more senior officials.
The prime minister gave statement to the Yemeni News Agency (Saba) in which he affirmed that the government will go on the efforts it has started in 2017,…It will work on reinstating basic services and reconstruction process.
Bin-Dagher reiterated his call on all people to align themselves behind the President of the Republic to counter the danger of Houthi militia, Al-Qaeda and help Yemen to get rid of current dilemma.
The prime minister returned to the homeland accompanied by a number of ministers including deputy Premier Minister of interior Ahmed Al-Maisari, Minister of Planning and International Cooperation Dr Mohammed Assa'adi, Minister of Endowments and Guidance Dr Ahmed Ati'ah, Minister of Public Works and Highways Eng. Ma'aeen Abdul-Malik, Minister of State of Agriculture and Irrigation Othaman Mujali, Minister of Oil and Minerals Aous Al-Aod and Minister of Transports Saleh Al-Jabwani and Minister of State for Parliament and Shoura Council Mohammed Al-Himiari, and Minister Saleh Assyadi.
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