Head of the Presidential Leadership Council, Dr. Rashad Al-Alimi, stressed the importance of international and British pressure to push the Houthi coup militia to implement its commitments regarding the Taiz crossings and other governorates, and to pay the salaries of employees from the fees of oil derivatives ships.
This came when he was received today in Aden, along with parliament deputies, Tariq Saleh, Abdul Rahman Al Muharrami, and Dr. Abdullah Al Alimi, British Ambassador to Yemen Richard Oppenheim, who conveyed a written message of congratulations from Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, on the occasion of the 32nd National Day of the Republic of Yemen.
During the meeting, President Al-Alimi expressed his great thanks and gratitude to Queen Elizabeth II, the friendly British people, and the appreciated endeavors of the United Kingdom to bring peace and stability to Yemen.
The President referred to the efforts of the Presidential Leadership Council at various levels, including Expected fixes In the military and security institutions and combat Terror, addition To the economic, service and justice files.
He stressed the need to mobilize international support for the reforms of the Presidential Council and the Yemeni government, especially in re Rehabilitation and improvement of services in the liberated areas, in the forefront is the temporary capital, Aden.
As the meeting discussed, procedures Required to extend the armistice, in light of the continued intransigence of the Houthi militia against Its commitments under the agreement in which the Leadership Council and the Coalition to Support Legitimacy fulfilled all their obligations humanityand the military.
Today, in the temporary capital, Aden, Prime Minister Dr. Maeen Abdul-Malik received the British Ambassador to Yemen Richard Oppenheim and his accompanying delegation, where they reviewed the latest developments on the national arena, bilateral cooperation relations between the two friendly countries, and prospects for their development in various fields.
The meeting touched on international and international efforts in support of extending the humanitarian truce, and what the international community can do to pressure the Houthi militia to implement the necessary requirements under the truce, foremost of which is lifting its brutal siege on the city of Taiz, and disbursing the salaries of state employees from the fees of oil derivatives ships arriving at the port. Hodeidah, and ending the war of services run by the militia against the Yemeni people.