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President Al-Zubaidi discusses latest developments in Hadramout valley with delegation from Al-Ali Al-Haj tribe


The President of the Southern Transitional Council, President Aidarous Qassem Al-Zubaidi, on Sunday evening, met with a delegation from Al-Ali Al-Haj tribe in Hadramout valley and Yafea, headed by Sheikh Amin bin Ali Al-Hajj.

At the beginning of the meeting, President Al-Zubaidi welcomed the arrival of Al Ali Al-Hajj in Hadramout and Yafea, expressing his happiness to meet with them and to listened from them to the latest developments in Hadramout valley, praising the great efforts made by the tribes to confront the hostile forces that seek to destabilize security and stability in the valley.

President Al-Zubaidi stressed to the visiting delegation that the leadership of the Transitional Council gives Hadramout valley in particular, and Hadramout governorate in general, special attention to what this governorate represents of great importance as the strategic depth of the South, stressing the importance of concerted efforts to protect the valley areas, and to confront the groups that are trying hard to flood the valley in the midst of chaos and terror.

In turn, Sheikh Amin bin Ali Al-Hajj, Sheikh of the sheikhs of Al-Ali Al-Hajj tribe in the valley and his accompanying delegation, expressed their pride in meeting President Aidarous Al-Zubaidi, declaring their backing and absolute support for the Southern Transitional Council and its leadership, and their support and blessing for all the steps and efforts undertaken by President Al-Zubaidi in order to restore the southern free, independent, and fully sovereign state.

In his meeting with President Al-Zubaidi, Sheikh Amin bin Ali Al-Hajj reviewed a number of issues of concern to the people of Hadramout valley, foremost of which is the security chaos in the valley’s regions and the repeated assassinations that affect the innocent and defenseless tribes of the valley, in addition to the scheme of converting the valley’s regions into camps and barracks to house terrorist elements. .

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