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Cabinet: Govt very keen to alleviate the Yemenis' humanitarian suffering
[24/04/2022 07:36]

The Council of Ministers devoted its session today in the temporary capital Aden presided over Prime Minister Dr. Ma'een Abdulmalik to discuss action-plans to carry out the instructions the government has been urged by the Head of the Presidential Leadership Council (PLC) Rashad al-Alimi in his address following the inauguration of the PLC including eliminating the coup, end war, regain the state, establish peace, security, handle the economy's problems and re-build the state's institutions.

The Prime Minister stated that the government has been determined to implement the necessary structural reforms in the economic, financial and administrative domains in order to boost transparency, fight corruption, increase revenues, rationalize expenditures and redress irregularities.

The Foreign Minister reported to the Cabinet about Houthi militias' failure to fulfill its obligations under the UN humanitarian truce. As a result first commercial flight from Sana'a international airport scheduled for today, Sunday, has been impeded because 57 passengers out of 104 did not have valid passports issued by the internationally recognized government as stipulated by the truce agreement.

The Cabinet reiterated the government's keenness to take every measures necessary to allay the Yemeni peoples' humanitarian suffering, undertake the required measures to operate a number of flights from and to Sana'a airport in pursuant to the truce agreement.

The Cabinet demanded the UN's envoy to speak openly about the defilements committed by Houthi militia which gave rise to obstructing the opening of Sana'a airport.

The Council of Ministers has renewed Yemen's commitment to keep on fighting termism, eliminating any terrorists.

The Cabinet has approved Yemen's joining the Second Protocol of the Hague Agreement of 1956 about the Protection of Cultural Property Amid Armed Conflict.

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