South Arabia

A new batch of Security Belt forces graduate in Aden the capital

The Martyr Al-Shobaji camp in the capital, Aden, witnessed the graduation ceremony of the ninth batch, named to the “Martyr Mohammed Ahmed Hassan Al-Marhabi” batch, in the presence of many security leaders.

In a speech he delivered during the graduation ceremony, Moamen Al-Saqqaf, member of the Presidency of the Southern Transitional Council and Head of the Executive Body of the Transitional Council of the capital, Aden, saluted the graduates of the ninth session (renewal) of Aden Belt Forces, which comes within the plan for the current training year, conveying to them the greetings of the political leadership, represented by the President Aidaroos Qasim Al-Zubaidi, President of the Southern Transitional Council, Supreme Commander of the Southern Armed Forces.

Al-Saqqaf enumerated the stages of the struggle waged by the people of the south, starting with the peaceful revolutionary movement until those sacrifices culminated in the expulsion of the Houthi militia from the land of the south and the establishment of our southern armed forces, which had a major role in eliminating terrorism and establishing security and stability.

In turn, Brigadier General Ahmed Hassan Al-Marhabi, Head of the Security Department of the Southern Transitional Council, praised the extent of discipline of the new soldiers and their military discipline, stressing that increasing the capabilities of our soldiers only comes through paying attention to the process of military discipline and continuous training.

For his part, Brigadier General Mohsen Al-Wali, Commander-in-Chief of the Security Belt Forces, confirmed that the Security Belt Forces have proven their prominent role in combating terrorism and crime of all kinds, extending his thanks to President Aidaroos Al-Zubaidi, who pays special attention to the forces through training and rehabilitation, thanking Brigadier General Al-Rubaie for his efforts in developing the security work system at the level of the Aden Capital Belt Forces.

The Brigadier General Al-Wali pointed out that the southern armed forces are one force, with all their names and formations, and will confront all attempts to target the south on the border fronts, as well as indoctrinate gangs of terrorism, chaos, and crime inside the country, which are trying to wreak havoc on the land.

In addition, Commander of the Security Belt in Aden the Capital, Brigadier General Jalal Al-Rubaie, saluted the fighting spirit, principles and national values of the new individuals in the course, stressing that the qualitative and combat training aims to raise the efficiency and skill of leadership and fighting methods, in addition to raising their skills and morale to extremely high levels of combat to face the battle against the forces of evil and terrorism.

Brigadier General Al-Rubaie pointed out that the Security Belt forces stand by the Prime Minister in his efforts to combat corruption in accordance with the directives of President Al-Zubaidi, and we will be the hand with which they strike the corruptors, whose danger is no less than the terrorism of Al-Qaeda and the Iranian Houthi militia.

A number of speeches were also delivered at the ceremony by Major General Fadl Baash, Commander of the Special Forces, Aden, Lahj, Abyan, and Brigadier General Abu Bakr Jabr, Deputy Director of Security of the Capital, Aden, in which they praised the Security Belt forces and their achievements, stressing that the security forces stand in one line and trench to confront the challenges and defend the gains of the people of the South that have been achieved over the past years.

The ceremony witnessed a military parade, where the new recruits demonstrated their combat and artistic skills, which demonstrate their loyalty and fighting enthusiasm, thus winning the approval of those present.

The ceremony concluded by honoring the participants in the course with certificates of appreciation.

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