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The Presidency of the Southern Transitional Council (STC) held an extraordinary meeting on Saturday morning, headed by President Aidarous Qassem Al-Zubaidi, the President of the Council.
The meeting was attended by the ministers of STC in the government of power-sharing, and the Secretary-General of the General Secretariat of the Presidency, governor of the capital, Aden, and a number of military and security leaders, in which it was devoted to discussing the invitation of the leadership of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to the President of the Transitional Council to visit Riyadh.
In its meeting, the Presidency welcomed the invitation, expressing appreciation of the keenness of the brothers in the Saudi Kingdom to unify efforts, affirming its positive dealing to it.
The Presidency of the Council expressed its appreciation for all efforts aimed at addressing the economic, service and living conditions, and consolidating the pillars of security and stability in the liberated governorates of the South, reiterating its commitment to everything that would unite the home front to confront the Iranian expansion and its militia in the region.
In its extraordinary meeting, the Presidency affirmed its firm position on the strategic partnership with the Arab coalition, noting that the relationship of the Southern Transitional Council with the brothers in the countries of the Arab coalition will remain a solid strategic relationship governed by common denominators and a single destiny.
The Presidency of the Council also reviewed the latest developments in the political, economic, and military conditions in the South and the region, renewing its demand for the government of power-sharing to carry out its duties regarding the deteriorating economic situation in the governorates of the South to ensure stopping the collapse in the exchange rate of the local currency, and disbursing the salaries of the army, security and manpower in government sectors.
In the same context, the Presidency renewed its call to the coalition countries, the International Quartet, and the five permanent members in the Security Council, to support the government of power-sharing to carry out its duties towards the deteriorating economic situation and to enable it to provide services and to pay salaries as soon as possible.