[su_label type=”info”]Aden – SAMA News [/su_label][su_spacer size=”10″][su_label type=”info”]Amman – SMA – PIC[/su_label][/su_spacer] Head of the media department of the southern transitive council Lotfy Shatar said that the World’s language about the situation in Yemen is purely political as no one can say that he is against the union but real situations are identified by interests and what is enacted on the ground. During a discussion forum about the future of the transitive council, Shatara indicated that some countries have untold recognition of the council. He said: “After declaring the council I visited UK, France and Germany and met ministers of foreign affairs of the three countries and felt that they changed their speech. The German Ambassador in London came to the meeting upon his own request and this is an indicator that the world is accepting our speech and our acts”. “I said previously that if the UN delegate doesn’t understand the new actual changes on the ground he would never open an office here in Adan as the former delegate Gamal Ben Omar visited Adan only once or twice while the rest of his visits were to Sanaa” added Shatara. He also indicated that the political language of the world does not reflect reality and he referred to the Russian ambassador’s words during the Talks conference where representatives of the south were later excluded from. Shatara said: “When the Russian ambassador came to Adan for the Talks Conference I told him that his words about the Russian fostering of the union increased the heat and this means that Russia is with the union. He told me then that he using a political language but if you agreed on the separation Russia will be the first to recognize it”. The whole world is trying to find a political solution for war in Yemen through a mechanism that satisfies all parties including the southern transitive council that refused the form of state that other parties try to force although it is not among the three main principles and divides the south into two territories.
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