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Prime Minister, commanders discuss building military, tightening security
[19/11/2017 02:54]
Prime Minister Ahmad Obeid bin-Daghr presided over on Sunday a meeting for military and security commanders in Aden and discussed with them the process of building the military and security institution.

The meeting dealt with victories accomplished by the national army backed by Saudi-led Arab Coalition in warfronts against Houthi-Saleh's militias and fighting terrorism and boosting security and stability of the transitional capital of Aden.

The convening parties discussed coordination between the government and the coalition and active participation of the United Arab Emirates for boosting capabilities of the national army and security institutions and unifying their decision for deterring current challenges in liberated areas topped by terrorist attacks and security faults.

They confirmed that firm deterrence and avoiding terrorist operations require activating the role of security and military apparatuses and including social activities as the responsibility is collective.

The attendants renewed loyalty to the political leadership until ending the coup and significance of integration of all parties for regaining the state and commencing build of the Federal Yemen in accordance with the outcomes of the National Dialogue Conference.

Prime Minister bin-Daghr talked about indications of completion of ending the coup, regaining the state and imposing the rule of law across Yemen's soil.

" All field consecutive indicators confirms militias retreat in all warfronts and their spirits are deteriorating and are close to be beaten, even their regional allies admitted they received painful strikes in recent battles," he said.

He pointed out to significance of deep-rooting security in liberated areas and the transitional capital of Aden, expressing understanding of the political leadership and the government of the conditions under which the security and military institution is working.

He stressed on making use of available capabilities for building the security and military institution in good manner overcoming past faults to achieve admirable aims.

He called for avoiding internal disputes, discarding difference and stressed on loyalty to the legality.

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