Al-Gaadi Receives CEO of Q2 Impact
SMA NEWS – ADEN THE CAPITAL
Mr. Fadhl Mohammed Al-Gaadi, member of the Presidium of the Southern Transitional Council (STC), and the deputy secretary general met on Wednesday in the capital, Aden, with Mr. David Harden, the Chief Executive Officer of Q2 Impact, a global consulting firm and founder of Georgetown Strategy Group.
At the beginning of the meeting, the Deputy Secretary-General welcomed Mr. Harden, giving a brief explanation of the noble cause of the people of the South and their just right to restore their fully sovereign state.
The meeting discussed the most prominent political developments in the entire region and the Middle East, the implications of those developments in terms of outcomes that may be reflected on the ground to deimit conflicts, and ways to reach a just and comprehensive peace, based on signed agreements and good will.
The meeting reviewed a range of topics related to the economic file, pushing the wheel of development and its encountered challenges, in addition to ways to boost the economic situation and mainly contribute to helping citizens and alleviating their distress.
For his part, Mr. Harden offered his thanks for this meeting, lauding the positive role of the STC in supporting the peace process in the entire region.
The meeting was attended by Dr. Basem Mansour, Head of the Media Department of the General Secretariat and member of the Board of Directors of the National Southern Media Authority (NSMA), Ms. Yasmine Musa’ed, Deputy Head of the Woman and Child Department, and Mr. Al-Kuraihi Kana’an, Deputy Head of the Youth and Students Department of the Secretariat.