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Jazoulette: The people of the South have the right to restore their independent state

The General Secretariat of the Southern Transitional Council (STC), on Tuesday, in the capital, Aden, held a meeting in the presence of the Moroccan journalist and academic, Dr. Tawfiq Jazoulette.

At the beginning of the meeting, which was chaired by Fadl Al-Jaadi, member of the STC’s Presidency, and included Mr. Abdo Al-Naqib, Assistant Secretary-General, and heads of the General Secretariat departments, and some members of the National Assembly of the Transitional Council and the Center for Research and Decision Support, Mr. Fadl Al-Jaadi welcomed the Moroccan journalist Tawfiq, pointing out that Jazoulette was a defender of the cause of the people of the South and witnessed the massacres to which the people of the South were subjected by the Sana’a regime during the summer war of 1994.

In the meeting, Jazoulette said that “three decades have passed since the war of 1994, far from religion and morals,” explaining that it “disrupted the international order and exposed the people of the South to the most horrific massacres and most severe suffering at the hands of the Sana’a regime from the beginning of the occupation until the year 2015″.

Jazoulette praised the steps of President Aidaroos Al-Zubaidi, President of the Southern Transitional Council, in order to unify the southern ranks and strengthen the cause of the people of the South regionally and globally, noting the seriousness of the current stage that requires great efforts in order to communicate the cause of the people of the South to the world.

He stressed the legitimate right of the people of the South to restore their independent state in accordance with international law, stressing that the state of the South enjoyed full membership in the United Nations and the Arab League until 1990 AD.

In turn, Moamen Al-Saqqaf, member of the Transitional Council’s Presidency, said that Tawfiq Jazoulette conveyed the suffering of the people of the South in the war of 1994 in detail and was a witness to those sacrifices.

For his part, Lutfi Shatara, head of the Research and Decision Support Center of STC, explained that the Moroccan journalist was a witness to the suffering of the people of the South through his coverage of the events on MBC, adding that the leadership of the Transitional Council, with the support of the brothers in the Arab coalition, has come a long way in the path of protecting the land and rehabilitating the southern army. .

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