Major General Salem Abdullah Al-Soqatri, Assistant Secretary-General of the Presidency of the Southern Transitional Council, launched on Tuesday, a comprehensive cleaning campaign in the capital, Aden, in all its districts, with the support of the Transitional Council, represented by the Relief and Humanitarian Works Committee in the Council, and in conjunction with the Cleaning and Improvement Fund in the capital, Aden.
The witnessed the attendance of Lawyer Niran Sooki, member of the Presidency of the Transitional Council, Vice-Chairman of the National Assembly, Dr. Abdel Nasser Al-Wali, member of the Presidency of the Transitional Council, head of the local leadership in the capital Aden, and heads and members of departments of the General Secretariat of the Presidency, heads and members of local leaderships in the districts, General directors of the districts and volunteers from different regions.
The campaign in its first phase includes districts of Seera, Al-Mualla, Al-Tawahi and Khormaksar and will last for two days, and will complete its second stage on Saturday in the remaining districts.
Maj. Al-Soqatri was keen to go to all the districts that were included in the campaign, and to ensure that the campaign was carried out as required, according to the goals set for it.
He also listened to the cleaning campaign teams in terms of implementing the plan that was designed to start and complete the campaign according to the specified time.
Al-Soqatri said that the capital, Aden, “will return as beautiful as it was, and will remain beautiful with its good people and cleanliness,” stressing that this will not be achieved without joining the efforts of all its sons to return Aden to its beauty.
The campaign targets the gathering of garbage and landfills, and the removal of construction waste, dust and rainwater collection, especially after heavy rain that the capital Aden witnessed during the past few days.
This campaign also comes within the precautionary measures that the Transitional Council is keen to implement in order to prevent the Corona pandemic.