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VP informed about developments in Hodeidah governorate
[04/10/2020 08:06]
Vice President of the Republic (Lt Gen) Ali Mohsen Saleh held a telephone conversation Sunday with Governor of Hodeidah governorate Dr. al-Hassan Taher.

In his phone call, Mohsen aimed to get familiar with the latest developments in the governorate amid Iran-backed Houthi militia's escalation and violations.

The governor reported to the Vice President about the developments in different spheres, including constant violations by the theocratic militia's militants.

The Vice President praised the government's troops steadfastness, appreciating their efforts and sacrifices the have continued to extend on a daily basis to stand up to the rebels' escalations and violations

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