Prime Minister Dr Ma'een Abdulmalik stressed on the urgency of joining efforts and resources to restore the state's institutions and function effectively in order to re-establish security and reinstate basic services.
His statement came as he met Sunday in the temporary capital Aden with the government's committee charged following up the implementation of Stockholm's Agreement. The committee chaired by Governor of Hodeidah Dr al-Hassan Taher.
The Prime Minister reiterated the government's commitment to support Stockholm's Agreement, put it in place, praising UN's efforts to boost cease-fire.
Dr Ma'een called on International Community (IC) and International Security Council to watch closely and monitor breaches committed by Houthi militia in a bid clearly aiming to impede the implementation of what agreed to in Sweden and foil the Agreement.
For his part, the governor reported to the Prime Minister about the latest developments relating to the situations in the province of Hodeidah, citing challenges need to be managed, underscoring the importance of reinstating basic services and the official authorities as soon as possible.
The Head of Technical Office of the consultations Eng. Mohammed al-Amrani briefed the Prime Minister about latest developments the implementation of Stockholm's Agreement.