ADEN - SABA
In its meeting today, headed by Prime Minister Dr. Maeen Abdulmalik, the Council of Ministers examined a number of current developments on the local and external levels in light of recent developments, and the efforts made to deal with them.
The Prime Minister briefed the members of the Council on all developments at the political, military, security, economic and service levels, and the importance of continuing efforts based on national and moral responsibility and commitment towards the people.
He stressed that any difficulties should not affect the government’s performance in serving the people, alleviating their suffering, and in the fateful and existential battle to complete the restoration of the state and end the Iranian-backed Houthi coup.
Dr. Maeen Abdul-Malik pointed out that unifying the national ranks in a way that includes all the stakeholders in the government is the only answer to overcome all dangers threatening the country and the region, mainly the danger of the Iranian through its proxy militia the Houthi militia.
The Prime Minister praised the government's cohesion and its work to overcome challenges, which resulted in the start of arranging relations more effectively with the regional and international actors, and the importance of building on that so that everyone would be partners in success and bearing responsibility.
He called on the political groups participating in the government to represent national responsibility and carry out their duties and obligations optimally.
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