Aden – Saba
The Consultation and Reconciliation Commission, headed by chairman Muhammad Al-Ghaithi held a video meeting and the commission's presidency provided a briefing on the political and economic developments on the national scene especially with regard to the political process and the members of the commission appreciated the efforts made by the presidency of the commission in following up on these issues.
The Consultation and Reconciliation Commission renewed its support for the Presidential Leadership Council to find real solutions that would ensure peace and political and economic stability in our country.
The commission stressed the need for any political consultations to be comprehensive and direct between the legitimacy led by the Presidential Leadership Council and the Houthi militia on the basis of "legitimacy and the coup" and in accordance with the terms of reference for a comprehensive solution agreed upon locally, regionally and internationally, stressing that all stages of negotiation are a major and direct task for the leadership council and the bodies.
The affiliate and the Yemeni government, and the Commission called on the international and regional community to respect the sacrifices of our Yemeni people and their legitimate will and aspirations, and to condemn the Houthi militia and the continuation of the blatant Iranian interference in our country.
The Consultation and Reconciliation Commission also renewed its emphasis on the need to fully adhere to the contents of the announcement of the transfer of power, calling on the Presidential Leadership Council to quickly end the procedures for reviewing and approving the draft organizing rules after agreeing on them, as stipulated in the declaration of April 7, 2022 AD, stressing the importance of these rules in organizing the future work of the leadership council, and the joint work of state institutions and bodies.
In its meeting, the commission condemned the ongoing smuggling operations with Iranian support for the Houthi militia, the latest of which was an attempt to smuggle 100 drone engines across the border with the Sultanate of Oman to kill the Yemeni people and target their economic facilities and civilian objects, calling on the government to conduct an urgent and transparent investigation to reveal who is behind such dangerous operations.
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