The Southern Transitional Council Coordinating leadership in Canada held a meeting in Ottawa with the member of the Canadian Parliament, Ms. Mona Fortier.
In the meeting, the Canadian Parliament was briefed on the humanitarian and tragic situation of the southern people since the invasion of 1994 and the second invasion in 2015 by the military and tribal regime of Sana'a.
The head of the Southern Transitional Council Coordinating leadership in Canada Abdullah Aish Ba-Hamid informed the Canadian Parliament on the peaceful struggling of the Southerners for the restoration of their southern modern civil state, calling on the Canadian government to stand by the people of the South in their crisis and for their cause, adding that Canada always stands up for human rights and supports oppressed people.
In the meeting a number of topics discussed regarding the activities of the southern community in Canada, in particular the symposium to be held next month to introduce the southern cause and the struggles of the Southern people to restore their state.
Ms. Fortier showed great understanding and sympathy for the suffering of the people of the South, and she promised to communicate with the competent authorities in the Canadian Parliament to strengthen this support to serve the rights of the people of the South and their cause and get them be saved from suffering