Prime Minister Ahmed Obeid bin-Daghar on Saturday left the temporary capital of Aden to the Saudi capital, Riyadh, for consultation with President Abdu Rabbu Mansour Hadi and meeting ambassadors to Yemen and sponsors of the GCC initiative .
He told Saba that he left Aden in response to directions of President Hadi, affirming that he will continue following up the implementation of projects and provision of services in Aden.
The prime minister indicated that the situation in Aden has got better, pointing out that efforts made by the government have been successful in one year of preparation, follow-up, provision of money, organization of efforts, inauguration of projects and laying stone foundations for projects.
He affirmed that Aden could overcome many challenges and difficulties, pointing out that some people are still trying to spark tensions in Aden.
The premier said that the government worked with ministers, deputy ministers, military commanders and officials of various institutions, emphasizing that it achieved successes.
"We have ordered to purchase enough fuels for the local market and electricity, provide funds to operate oil refineries and enable the oil company to perform its tasks," he added.
"We have also ordered to purchase spare quantities of petroleum, diesel and Kerosene," he added.
Aden Governor Abdul-Aziz al-Maflahi and Secretary-General of Cabinet Hussein Mansour accompanied the premier .
Government signs MOU with Siemens Company to improve electricity in Yemen
Al-Eradah meets Mauritanian Justice Minister
Interior Minister discusses with UN humanitarian coordinator promoting cooperation
Ambassador al-Eradah discusses with Mauritanian oil minister Safir's developments
Presidential Leadership Council chairman congratulates US President on Independence Day
Chairman of Presidential Council sends congratulatory message to the President of Belarus
Al-Mahrami: We are ready to stop war if we find real partner in Sana'a
Mujalli: He who recruits children, brainwashes them with terrorism has no will for peace
FM discusses with Jordanian counterpart preparations for joint committee's meeting
Industry DM. calls businessmen to invest in home