Deputy Prime Minister, the Minister of Interior has stressed importance of keeping Aden Port operated regularly for its importance of generating revenues helping recovery of the national economy.
Solving the problems facing operation of Aden Port is the responsibility of all concerned bodies and requires integration of the government, the local authorities, security forces and officials in Aden Port, Commercial Chamber, the Free Zone and transport corporation for this purpose, said al-Maisari in a meeting with leaders of the Ground Transport Corporation, Aden Gulf Port Corporation, transportation syndicates and a number of traders and officials of the Commercial Chamber on Tuesday.
The meeting tackled challenges facing the operation of Aden Port and means of solving them for keeping the port operated and cancelling recent increase imposed by the transport syndicate recently on transport wages.
The meeting agreed on 13 percent increase and on revaluating prices by a committee to be formed from different concerned bodies.
On the other hand, Deputy Prime Minister, the Minister of Interior al-Maisari discussed with Governor of Lahj Ahmad Turki efforts of the government in normalizing security situations and activating security apparatus, rehabilitating security establishments destroyed by Houthi militia's war and re-qualifying their cadre to perform their duty as demanded.
He was briefed by Turki and Director of Lahj's Security to efforts exerted for regaining security and stability. Turki touched upon suffering of the people over electricity long hour blackouts and plans of the local authority on banning random firing on marriage and other occasions.
The Deputy Prime Minister stressed doubling efforts, confirming that the government and the interior ministry will do their best supporting security and stability in Lahj.
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