The Council of Ministers, in its meeting held today, Saturday, in the temporary capital of Aden, headed by Prime Minister Dr. Maeen Abdul Malik, approved a draft plan for the government’s urgent interventions in the military and economic tracks, which includes a set of urgent and resolute policies in accordance with the urgent priorities in the two tracks.
The draft plan stressed that the battle to restore the state and end the Iranian-backed Houthi coup is the most important priority, which should be represented in all state policies at various levels, sectors and fields, and in the media, political and preaching discourse, and with a clear policy aimed at empowering and involving every rifle in the battle against the Houthi coup militia and terrorist organizations. other.
It identified a number of priorities and operational procedures necessary to support the military track.
In the economic track, the plan emphasized developing resources, regulating the financial market, controlling the currency market, and taking all necessary measures to stop the economic collapse and improve the lives of citizens.
The Council approved the formation of two ministerial committees headed by the Prime Minister, to develop and follow up the implementation of the draft plan in the military and economic tracks and to directly supervise its implementation and to provide the Council of Ministers with results first-hand and work to overcome and overcome any problems.
The Council of Ministers reiterated the call of His Excellency President Abd Rabbo Mansour Hadi, the Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces, that every voice against the Houthi militias is our voice, and every hand that extends its resistance is ours, and every gun that defends the homeland against the tampering of these militias is our gun, and the necessity of lining up The people of Yemen are with the state to normalize the situation, and support the efforts of the government and local authorities.. He stressed that the looming dangers must unite us all under the banner of the nation, and find in the scale of war crimes, violations and terrorist acts committed by the Iranian-backed Houthi militia a motive for more cohesion and forgetting differences.
In the same context, the Council of Ministers welcomed the responsible speech of Brigadier General Tariq Saleh, which affirms the unification of the National Front to resist the Houthis from the various components and political forces to restore the republic and the state under the framework of legitimacy led by His Excellency President Abd Rabbo Mansour Hadi and the Coalition to Support Legitimacy led by the sisterly Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.. The Transitional Council welcomed this call, and the importance of all working to unite the ranks to confront the Houthi militias and their Iranian project and to get rid of their danger to Yemen and the Arab region.
In this regard, he stressed that the necessities and imminent dangers require everyone, under the umbrella of legitimacy, to work with a unified effort to win the fateful and existential battle for Yemen and all Arabs against the Houthi militia and Iran’s subversive project in the Arab region.. Pointing out that the government and the political forces and components it represents will have enormous tasks in front of them. We should work on it from the ground, and in all political, military, economic and service files, and lead efforts aimed at strengthening cohesion and national ranks to win the battle to complete the restoration of the state.
The Cabinet stressed that the fateful stage and the national and historical duty require a direct transition to the field of action and the cohesion of all forces and components in the battle to defend the future of Yemen and the freedom and dignity of the people in the face of the terrorist and racist Houthi militia and the bloody Iranian project that carried fragmentation, crime, ruin and poverty to different countries.
He called on the Council of Ministers to stop any escalatory actions that only serve the forces lurking in our national project, especially in areas of clash with the Houthi enemy in Shabwa and other governorates, which requires all of us to unite efforts and focus on the fateful battle and not to engage in side battles that only serve the Houthi enemy and its Iranian project. .. stressing the non-acceptance of any justifications for diverting the compass of the national battle against the Houthi militia.
The Cabinet reviewed a number of plans submitted by the relevant ministries related to living, economic and service aspects. In this regard, it approved a number of urgent measures to implement the plans received from the ministries and concerned authorities.
At the beginning of the meeting, the Prime Minister briefed the members of the Council with a report in which he focused on developments in the military and economic aspects, the measures taken during the past period, and the short-term time plan that is being worked on in coordination with the relevant ministries, the Central Bank of Yemen and local authorities.. The priorities are the military and economic battles, and the government devotes all its efforts to these two tracks.
The Cabinet renewed its condemnation of the abusive statements issued by the Lebanese Minister of Information against Yemen and the Alliance to Support Legitimacy, which are aligned with the militia rhetoric of Iran’s arms in the region, and affirmed its support for any measures taken by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriate Affairs in this regard.
The Council referred to Iran’s attempts, through its arms in the Arab region, and in particular the Houthi militia in Yemen and Hezbollah in Lebanon, to turn these countries into a foothold for destabilizing Arab national security and threatening international interests, stressing its complete rejection of everything that affects the security and stability of the Gulf states. The Arab League and the rest of the Arab countries, and all that the sisterly Kingdom of Saudi Arabia takes to protect its security and stability.
The Cabinet stood before the humanitarian situation of the displaced and civilians in Marib as a result of the repeated targeting of the Houthi coup militia with ballistic missiles, drones and various weapons, and the resulting terrorist crimes, bloody violations and forced displacement, and the government’s efforts to deal with the catastrophic humanitarian situation, amid inaction. And the absence of international organizations. In this regard, he expressed his deep dissatisfaction with the visit of UN officials to the Abdiya district in Marib governorate now, after it had been watching for weeks while it was being subjected to starvation, bombing and siege in an act used by the terrorist militia to try to whitewash its crimes against civilians in Abdiya.
The Council renewed its regret for the failed international and international positions in dealing with Houthi violations and crimes, the failure to activate accountability tools, and the suspicious silence about what is happening, which encourages these terrorist militias to persist in committing more crimes. Abdul Latif al-Qibli, with a ballistic missile, which led to the death and injury of a number of his family members.. stressing that the escalating terrorist behavior of the Houthi militia and its crimes against civilians put the government and the coalition to support legitimacy led by the sisterly Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and the various political forces and components, before their responsibilities in defending the Yemeni people Confronting arrogance and Iran’s bloody project in Yemen.
The Minister of Defense, Lieutenant-General Muhammad al-Maqdashi, gave a briefing on the developments of the military situation on the battlefronts against the Houthi militia, the field situation in Marib Governorate in the light of recent developments, the heroic steadfastness of the heroes of the army, the resistance and tribesmen, and the operational plans to regain the initiative and defeat the militias from the positions they recently seized. To complete the restoration of the state and end the coup.. referring to the existing needs on the military side, and the efforts made by the Coalition to Support Legitimacy led by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to support the National Army, the popular resistance, tribesmen and the Yemeni people in this fateful battle.
The Council of Ministers was briefed by the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates Affairs, Dr. Ahmed bin Mubarak, on a report on the results of the visit of the European Union mission and the ambassadors of a number of European Union countries accredited to Yemen, to the temporary capital, Aden, in continuation of the European position in support of the government and the completion of the implementation of the Riyadh Agreement, and welcoming the return of its president and members to Aden. And carry out its duties to face the existing challenges .. Referring to the results of the various meetings with the Prime Minister and a number of members of the government.