Yemeni Prime Minister Dr. Maeen Abdulmalik stressed that the government will not evade its responsibility despite the obstacles and difficult circumstances that are not hidden from everyone.
Abdul-Malik, who arrived in Aden (Tuesday) with some ministers after a tour to the governorates of Shabwa and Hadramout, during which he was briefed on the service and security conditions, called for openness and frankness at this stage to overcome any setbacks.
After his arrival yesterday in Shabwa from Riyadh, Abdul-Malik reiterated the importance of uniting ranks, stressing that the fate of the battle with Al-Houthi will determine the future of Yemen for decades, either freedom and equality, or a system of slavery, which the Yemenis will not accept.
The Yemeni Prime Minister stressed that the goal is to restore Sanaa and every inch of the homeland is still under the control of the Houthi militia, and we have no choice but to win this fateful battle.
He praised the role of tribes, the popular resistance, the Yemeni people, and the coalition to support legitimacy led by the Kingdom in the battle to restore the state and end The Houthi racist and bloody coup.
He said that everyone should be aware that there are issues that should not be a space for blackmail or political wrangling, for the racist militia and the Iranian project are our enemy and we have no choice but victory, warning that any extension of this project will represent a disaster for future generations, and we will fight to preserve the identity of our country and we will not surrender whatever the sacrifices.
The return of the government to Aden comes at a time when the Central Bank has begun to take quick measures and reforms to prevent the continued collapse of the national currency.
The Central Bank in Aden launched on Tuesday a unified exchange network to transfer money to counter the militia’s attempts to destroy the national economy.
The bank approved the payment of the dues of traders importing oil derivatives to whom the banking was conducted in foreign currency earlier, calling on traders to submit the necessary documents to complete the procedures for paying their dues and transferring them to their accounts abroad.