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The General Secretariat discusses the continuous displacement to Aden the capital and Southern governorates

SMA NEWS – Aden the Capital

The General Secretariat of the Presidency of the Southern Transitional Council held its periodic meeting on Monday, under the chairmanship of Eng. Adnan Al-Kaf, the member of the Presidency, Acting Secretary-General, Chairman of the Relief and Humanitarian Action Committee.

At the beginning of the meeting, the attendees stood for a minute of silence to read Surat Al-Fatiha for the soul of the deceased Mr. Amin Saleh Mohammad, member of the Presidency of the Southern Transitional Council, who died on Monday, asking Allah Almighty that the deceased would be blessed with the mercy of Allah and dwell in him in heaven.

The meeting listened to the report submitted by the Economic Department, which reviewed the most prominent economic issues in the southern arena, foremost of which is the problem of the continuous displacement to the capital Aden and other southern governorates, which exacerbated the deterioration of the economic and service situation and made it worse.

The meeting discussed the performance report of the Women and Children Department, in which the department reviewed a summary of its entire work during the month of April, and the proposals and recommendations that would help in developing the department’s work.

The meeting touched on the latest political, economic, security and service developments, as well as issues related to the activities of the General Secretariat departments and executive bodies in the governorates, where proposals were made that would raise the level of work and strengthen the service and security aspect in Aden the capital, and the Southern governorates.

The meeting also reviewed the weekly activity report of the departments of the General Secretariat, as well as reviewed and approved the minutes of its previous meeting.

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