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President discusses with his advisors implementation of Stockholm agreement
[07/01/2019 06:33]

President Abd-Rabbo Mansour Hadi presided over a meeting to his advisors attended by his Vice Ali Mohsen and Minister of Foreign Affairs, the Head of Consultations TeamKhaled al-Yemany on issues and topics associated with homeland's affairs.

The meeting dealt with results and outcomes ofthe recent meeting on following up of implementing measures of Stockholm agreement and committing Houthi rebel militia to implement it.

The meeting also tackled mechanism of following up of implementation of the agreement via sponsoring and field committees tasked with this end aiming at creating capable and active administration for managingregained provinces from Houthi militia and handling their security starting with implementation of Stockholm agreement and treaties to follow.

President Hadi acquaintedall with recent developments, people support to their leadership and to the federal project and with his meetings with a number of ambassadors of the countries who are permanent members in the Security Council.

He confirmed government's willing of realizing peace on the bases of the three references; the GCC Initiative and its executive mechanism, the outcomes of the National Dialogue Conference and the UN resolutions led by Resolution 2216.

The meeting was enriched with comments and observations aiming at strengthening government's grip on its territories and victories accomplished by the national army's heroes against Houthi militia.

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