SMA NEWS – ADEN THE CAPITAL
Yemeni Prime Minister Maeen Abdul-Malik has just returned to the capital, Aden, according to media sources.
Moein arrived through Aden Airport, accompanied by a number of ministers, after a short visit to Egypt, which was on an official claim.
On Sunday, Moein, at the head of a high-ranking government delegation, left for the capital, Cairo, on a short official visit to the Arab Republic of Egypt, at the invitation of his Egyptian counterpart, Dr. Mustafa Madbouly.
The delegation accompanying the Prime Minister included the Ministers of Planning and International Cooperation, Waed Badeb, Communications and Information Technology Najeeb Al-Auj, Transportation Abdel Salam Hamid, Oil and Minerals Abdel Salam Baaboud, Public Health and Population Qassem Buhaibah, Director of the Prime Minister’s Office Anis Bahahartha, Secretary General of the Council of Ministers Mutee Dammaj, and Head of the Agency Executive to absorb the pledges of donors Alzouba weddings.
It is worth noting that the Prime Minister had previously returned to the capital, Aden, late last September, for the first time, six months after he left the capital, Aden, and that parties in the legitimacy obstructed this return.
Since his return, the capital, Aden, has witnessed unfortunate security events, specifically the Crater events, and the terrorist bombing that targeted the governor of Aden and the Minister of Agriculture, amid accusations of hostile forces that do not want the stability of the capital, Aden, and the government’s exercise of its tasks from Aden.