[su_label type=”info”]SMA News – Riyadh – Exclusive[/su_label][su_spacer size=”10″] Yassin Mekkawy, chancellor of president Hady and chairman of the movement, Foad Rashed, vice president of the supreme council of revolutionary movement for liberation and independence of the south, Sheikh Hussain Ben Shoaib, chairman of the Southern Shariah Commission and Abd Al-Raouf Zain Al-Sakaaf, member of the movement and southern resistance, met the Chinese acting ambassador in Yemen, Mr. Jon Hui, in Riyadh on Wednesday March 14th, 2018. The meeting discussed all security, military, economic and political issues related to the south. Leaders of the movement explained political facts of the southern cause and the vision of the movement about it, in addition to extended discussions among parties of the movement to support its performance as the political representative of the southern cause according to revolutionary legitimacy and UN Security Council Decision no. 2140. The meeting also discussed the current situation in Adan. Leaders urged China to fulfill its humanitarian responsibilities in supporting infrastructure destroyed during the war, especially youth rehabilitation programs. Acting ambassador of China welcomed all leaders hoping that communications between them and China may continue indicating that China is committed with the legitimacy of president Hady. He added that China in launching an international project and Adan has a golden chance in that project according to effective partnership and mutual interests. He asserted the importance of unifying efforts for preserving peace and security. He praised the dialogue among the southern movement parties hoping that the dialogue may unify the southern political view. Mr. Wang Bi Wi, political attaché of the Chinese embassy, attended the meeting.
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