SMA NEWS – ADEN the Capital
The Presidency of the Southern Transitional Council held its periodic meeting, on Thursday, headed by President Aidarous Qassem Al-Zubaidi, the President of the Council.
The meeting was attended by the Council’s ministers in the parity government, in which the Presidency of the Council reviewed the minutes of the previous meeting, and what was accomplished, as well as the military, political, economic and social developments witnessed in southern arena.
The Presidency reviewed summary of the report of the periodic meeting of the Administrative Board of the National Assembly, and its practical results, in addition to reviewing the monthly monitoring and analysis report submitted by the Decision-Making Support Center for the month of August, as well as the latest movements of the Southern Dialogue Committee abroad.
The Presidency reiterated the necessity of returning the government of parity between the south and the north, and its prime minister, to the southern capital, Aden, as soon as possible, to face the current challenges.
The Presidency warned against the electricity power outage due to the running out of fuel, and the consequent other crises in all service sectors such as water, health and others, blaming the government with its full responsibility for the deterioration of the electricity service, which witnessed relative stability during the last period.
The Presidency called for the need to implement the remaining provisions of the Riyadh Agreement as soon as possible, stressing that the Riyadh Agreement is the only and safe way out to reach a comprehensive peace process that ensures effective participation for all to confront the Iranian threat posed by the terrorist Houthi militia.
On the external side, the Presidency of the Southern Transitional Council discussed the results of the fruitful meetings with the international sanctions team that visited the capital, Aden, weeks ago, stressing that this UN visit reflects the stable security situation in the capital, Aden.
The Presidency of the Council also affirmed its full support for the Arab-Gulf rapprochement between the countries of the region, and its impact on the situation in the South, hoping that this agreement would not be only of necessity, looking forward to a true Arab partnership to face the current challenges in the Arab region in general, and the south in particular.
In conclusion, the Presidency of the Southern Transitional Council discussed the report of the General Secretariat of the Presidency of the Council, and a set of organizational and administrative issues related to the work of some council bodies, and took the necessary measures in this regard.