Today, the People’s Mobilization and Support Council conducted a Ramadan food convoy in the capital’s secretariat for the heroes of the National Army and the Popular Resistance on the fighting fronts in Ma’rib Governorate.
The Undersecretary of the Capital Secretariat, Secretary-General of the Council, Abdul Majeed Al-Jarf, said that the continuation of these popular convoys is evidence of the strength of popular loyalty to his army stationed in the plains, mountains and valleys, and Al-Jarf conveyed the greetings of the Mayor of the Capital, the Speaker of the Council, Major General Abdul Ghani Jamil, to the army’s heroes on the fronts, explaining that these supplies are not worth anything in front of what Presented by the heroes in the face of the terrorist Houthi militia.
For his part, the head of the Executive Committee of the Mobilization Council and the Popular Stadium, Colonel Ahmed Yahya Al-Ashwal, indicated during the handover of the convoy to the heroes that the free people of the capital’s secretariat and all the honorable ones are determined to continue support for the heroes of the national army and the resistance on all fronts until the end of the Houthi coup and the restoration of the state and the building of federal Yemen.
Brigadier Abdulaziz Al-Haidari, commander of the 133rd Brigade, who was in the reception of the food convoy, confirmed that the continuation of popular support is the most important factor in steadfastness in the face of the terrorist Houthi militia, stressing that the army leadership will not stop before the people of the capital return to their homes and all the free people of Yemen return to their cities, villages and homes. capes.
He stressed that the army’s victories on the fronts are a reflection of the image of popular cohesion and the rallying around the heroes of the national army, praising the efforts of the support councils, especially the council of the capital secretariat, for their continuous struggle alongside their brothers in the armed forces in the battle to restore the state.