The head of the Yemeni Presidential Council, Rashad al-Alimi, called on Monday, for strengthening the broad alignment in support of the battle to restore state institutions and end the coup of the terrorist Houthi militia backed by the Iranian regime.
He also called, during his meeting with the governors of Hadramout and Al-Jawf, Mabkhout bin Madi, and Hussein Al-Aji Al-Awadi, to redouble the efforts of the local authorities in the governorates of Hadramout, Al-Jawf, and the liberated governorates, and to work to mobilize all resources to improve livelihoods and alleviate the suffering of citizens, according to the Yemeni News Agency.
In addition, Governors Bin Madi and Al-Awadi presented brief reports on the executive position of central and local decisions, plans, and the support required to meet the increasing commitments at all levels.
The Yemeni government considered, on Monday, that the threat of the “Ansar Allah” group to carry out new attacks on oil export ports represents a continuation of obstructing peace efforts in the country, ruling out a political solution to the conflict in the Arab country without changing the balance of military control on the ground.
The Yemeni Council of Ministers said, during its periodic meeting in Aden, southern Yemen, headed by its Prime Minister Moeen Abdul Malik, according to the government-run Saba news agency, that “the continuation of the Houthi attacks and threats to target the capabilities of the Yemeni people and international navigation, and its repeated attacks on civilians, is a continuation For the terrorist behavior of the Houthis in blocking all peace efforts and dispelling any illusion of the possibility of reaching a solution without changing the facts on the ground.
The Yemeni Prime Minister affirmed that “the state and government will do everything necessary to deter the Houthi terrorist attacks on oil exports.”
The presidential council brought together Yemen’s main political groups. It is an important step toward restoring a State engaged in the political process that serves all Yemenis.