South Arabia

NSMA Head Receives Delegation from Cultural Channel of Europe (ARTE Reportage)


Mr. Salem Thabet Al-Awlaqi, head of the National Southern Media Authority (NSMA), assisting the Presidium of the Southern Transitional Council (STC) and the official spokesman of the STC, received on Thursday in his office in the capital Aden a media team from the European cultural channel (ARTE Reportage) consisting of French journalist Charles Emptaz and photographer Samuel Gratacap.

During the meeting, Mr. Al-Awlaqi welcomed the European media team to learn about the situation in the capital, Aden, the governorates of the South, and the situation in the Red Sea, hoping to convey the true image in various political, service, and security aspects.

Al-Awlaqi pointed out that the terrorist Houthi militia continues its criminal acts domestically and on the borders of the South, including piracy against international maritime navigation, which has had repercussions on the economic situation in the South and increased the suffering of citizens.

Al-Awlaqi called on the international media to convey the image and the terrorist nature of the Houthi militia by publishing and documenting its criminal acts hostile to freedoms and human rights and threatening security and stability, pointing out that what this militia claims to support our brothers in Gaza is just for internal and Arab consumption and aims to consolidate the Iranian presence in the country and in international shipping lanes.

In turn, the European media delegation praised the facilities provided by NSMA, expressing their satisfaction with the security stability and the tangible improvement in services in the capital, Aden, compared to their visit several years ago, and providing an explanation of the nature of the work of the media team, which aims to follow up on the situation in the South after ten years of war and the current tension in the Red Sea caused by the terrorist Houthi militia.

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