The President of the Southern Transitional Council, President Aidaroos Qasim Al-Zubaidi, chaired on Sunday, the periodic meeting of the Presidency of the Council, in the presence of his deputy Sheikh Hani bin Brik, and Chairman of the National Assembly Major General Ahmed Saeed bin Brik, besides members of the Council negotiating team and members of the Presidency at home and abroad, and in the presence of the Council's ministers in the government of parity between the south and the north, and a number of military and security commanders.
The meeting discussed recent developments and ways to complete the implementation of the Riyadh Agreement according to its correct path, and to address the fabricated obstacles aimed at obstructing its implementation and thwarting the parity government, especially the recent decisions issued by the Yemeni presidency in contravention of the agreement, and the Council issued an important statement as follows:
Sunday, January 17, 2021
A statement issued by the Southern Transitional Council
Aden The capital
The Southern Transitional Council expresses its strong condemnation of the repeated attempts aimed at disrupting the process of completing the implementation of the Riyadh Agreement, confusing the scene and thwarting the work of the government of parity between the south and north resulted from the agreement, including the package of one-sided Yemeni presidency decisions issued on Friday of January 15, 2021, which constituted a blatant departure and a dangerous coup against the contents of the Riyadh Agreement, and the process of consensus and partnership between the two parties to the agreement, stressing that these decisions cannot be dealt with.
The Southern Transitional Council renews its commitment to complete the implementation of all provisions of the Riyadh Agreement, and calls on the sponsors of the Agreement to complete the implementation process, stressing that appropriate steps will be taken in case the decisions taken without prior agreement are not addressed.
Aden The capital
January 17, 2021