The head of the internationally recognized Yemeni government, Maeen Abdul-Malik, arrived on Tuesday evening in the interim capital, Aden, from Cairo.
The return of the Prime Minister to Aden comes after a successful official visit to the Arab Republic of Egypt, at the invitation of his Egyptian counterpart, Dr. Mustafa Madbouly.
The Prime Minister had left Cairo International Airport, and his bidders were the Minister of Communications and Information Technology, head of the accompanying delegation of honor, Amr Talaat.
The Prime Minister held bilateral talks with his Egyptian counterpart and a session of extensive discussions, which dealt with the strong brotherly relations that bring together the two brotherly countries and developments in the situation and developments, foremost of which are developments on the national arena and Egypt’s firm support for Yemen, its people and its legitimate government and its rejection of Iranian interference in its affairs, in addition to issues that concern Yemen and Egypt, especially Related to the efforts of the two countries to preserve the safety of international navigation in the Bab al-Mandab Strait and the Red Sea, and to coordinate positions regarding the serious threat posed by the Safer oil tank, with the Houthi militia’s continued refusal to allow UN teams to maintain and unload it.
The talks also touched on more facilities that can be provided to the Yemeni community in Egypt, and aspects of support that can be provided by the Arab Republic of Egypt to Yemen.