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PM: Challenges facing Presidential Council, require integration of all forces
[01/06/2023 07:04]
Prime Minister Dr. Maeen Abdulmalik has confirmed that the complicated challenges faced by the Presidential Leadership Council and the government on economic and humanitarian level require integration and support of all national forces to deter Houthi militia's terrorist and rebellious agenda.

In a meeting he held Thursday with the Presidency of Shoura Council, Prime Minister stressed the integrative role in these exceptional conditions resulted by Houthi terrorist war since its coup on the legal authority in 2014.

He pointed out to importance of the role of Shoura Council as a national legislative institution includes the elite of the state's leaderships and cadre in contribution in facing the exceptional and historical phase.

He reviewed the exiting economic, political and humanitarian challenges and efforts of the government in dealing with them, especially under the stop of exporting oil after Houthi terrorist's militia's attacks and the demanded support from different state's institutions and experts.

Chairman of Shoura Council Dr. Ahmad Obeid bin Daghr talked in the meeting, confirming mobilizing and uniting positions and working as responsible officials to address all political, economic and service challenges, as well as supporting the government in this domain.

He confirmed significance of integrating all efforts to defeat Houthi militia's coup and regaining the state and defending the republic, its unity, security and stability, in addition to alleviate suffering of Yemeni people.

The Chairman of Shoura Council stressed necessity of proceeding with integrating all efforts to support the government in its economic and service reform plans to be reflected positively on alleviating suffering of citizens.

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