Naji Al-Sami, the assistant secretary of the Executive Office of the Yemeni Congregation for Reform in Shabwa Governorate, said: “We are facing a new era that requires us as national forces to throw the heavy legacy of the harmful conflict behind our backs and turn to the future with our outstretched hands and open chests to each other towards our desired goal of restoring our homeland.”
Al-Sami explained, in an article, that all national forces stand in one row and have a common goal.
He pointed out that the new changes are an important and bold step, praising and advancing the commendable efforts of the brothers in the Gulf Cooperation Council.
Al-Sami stressed that all the positive messages that flow through the related meetings between national forces and personalities draw the features of the stage, considering that the development of our media discourse, which stems from the idea of getting rid of the discourse and terminology of the past, is another important step that enhances cohesion.
urging Secretary the assistant for repair Shabwa started with work programs that start from within, that contribute to alleviating the suffering of the people and moving towards restoring the homeland and bringing it to safety.
He explained, “When we meet, we debate, we disagree, we agree, and we discover how wrong we were against ourselves and our country when we consumed our energy in inter-conflicts that drained us and our only enemy benefited from it, the Iranian project that threatens our stability and the stability of our brothers.”