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Al-Khobaji discusses with some members of National Assembly in Abyan efforts to normalize life in the governorate

SMA News – Aden the capital

Dr. Nasser Al-Khobaji, Acting President of the Southern Transitional Council, met on Thursday, with a number of members of the Southern National Assembly from Abyan Governorate.

The meeting, which was attended by Mr. Abdul Rahman Sheikh, the member of the Presidency of the Transitional Council, discussed the security, military and political situations in the southern arena in general and Abyan governorate in particular, and the efforts of the Southern Transitional Council to normalize and arrange conditions and restore matters to normal in Abyan and other southern governorates.

Al-Khobaji stressed the importance of uniting the southern ranks and mobilizing all energies and standing by the government of parity and leading the council to enhance the spirit of partnership to serve the community and provide its needs, reassuring them that things are going on the path that our people aspire to in the south.

Al-Khobaji also reaffirmed the Southern Transitional Council’s keenness to alert the government of parity to undertake the tasks that it came for to make a comprehensive shift in the face of the crises and burdens that besiege citizens in Abyan governorate and the southern governorates and to take the necessary decisions and measures to achieve this goal.

Al-Khobaji listen from the members of the National Assembly in Abyan governorate to a number of important issues that hinder their work, stressing the importance of strengthening southern cohesion through fraternal meetings, as it is directed towards unifying ranks and achieving the supreme interest of the south.

At the end of the meeting, Al-Khobaji stressed that the rights of citizens in Abyan governorate in particular and the south in general are a red line, not to be crossed, and that the leadership of the Transitional Council will not stop and will not allow the continuation of the series of tampering by influential forces within the Yemeni government to push the situation in the south to the stage of chaos and not to implement the Riyadh Agreement and to disrupt it, stressing the importance of coordination and joint work between members of the National Assembly, leaders and personalities in the governorate of Abyan, members of the Presidency of the Transitional Council and local leaders in the governorate in a way that enhances the role and presence of the Council in the governorate.

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