Mr. Ali Abdullah Al Kathiri, member of the presidency of the STC, head of the National Southern Media Authority (NSMA), Brigadier General Saeed Ahmad al-Mohammadi, head of the local leadership executive body in the governorate of Hadhramout, on Thursday, participated in an artistic celebration on the occasion of Eid Al-Fitr and the 6th anniversary of liberating the Coast of Hadhramaut.
In this ceremony which was organized in Khor Al-Mukalla by the popular campaign in Hadhramaut to express a constant gratitude to the United Arab Emirates, displayed with fireworks, which decorated the sky of Mukalla in many different colours.
In his speech, Mr. Ali Al Kathiri articulated his happiness to participate in this celebration, which expresses loyalty of people of Hadhramaut, and gratitude for the heroic and humanitarian actions by the leaders and brotherly people of the UAE towards our people in Hadhramaut; and the South in general.
Al Kathiri praised such initiative, which expresses the thanks and appreciation of people of Hadhramaut to the Emirati brothers for their great role in liberating Hadhramaut Coast from the forces of terrorism, and establishing Hadrami Elite Forces.
Al Kathiri praised the huge sacrifices made by the soldiers and officers of the UAE forces to liberate the Coast of Hadhramaut, Aden and many areas in the South, stressing that people of the South will never forget those sacrifices and the humanitarian positions by people of the UAE and its leaders.
Al Kathiri extended his thanks and gratitude to the leaders of the UAE; honorable sheikhs and all respected people, for the contributions in Hadramaut; and the South, in general, both in the relief and humanitarian aspects through team of the Emirates Red Crescent Authority.
The artistic celebration, which was performed by artists: Ahmed Al-Attas, Abdo Bakulais, and Amer bin Sulaym, was attended by a number of members of the National Assembly and the two local executive bodies of the STC in the governorate and Mukalla District, with many military and security officiers, and a large audience of people of the city of Mukalla.