southern transitional council

2021-01-28 00:00:00

The General Secretariat reviews performance of Economic Department and discusses political scene report

Council News
2020-11-10 11:25:00

the General Secretariat of the Presidency of the Southern Transitional Council held on Monday, its periodic meeting headed by Mr. Fadl Mohammad Al-Jaadi, the Assistant Secretary-General.

The meeting reviewed the economic department’s performance report, which included the department’s activities and the most prominent economic issues it addressed during the last period.

The meeting also reviewed the political scene report submitted by the political department, which dealt with the most prominent political issues related to the south, and the military movements and violations of the Brotherhood militia forces on the fronts and its provocative acts in the south, as well as the contents and implications of the joint declaration initiative, in addition to a number of related political issues.

The meeting discussed the developments of a number of issues in the southern arena, as it praised the media efforts made at the Council’s media and the remarkable development witnessed in it, as well as the efforts to raise awareness of the southern cultural heritage, and the developments of the Corona pandemic in the country.

The meeting also touched upon the displacement crisis, settlement and financing of displaced persons who are not within the standards and characteristics of the displaced, in addition to the importance of highlighting the aesthetic appearance of the capital Aden, and other issues related to southern affairs.

In another topic, the meeting requested the Celebrations Organizing Committee to expedite the presentation of proposals related to the celebration of the 53rd anniversary of the National Independence Day the 30th of November.

The meeting reviewed the completion reports of the activities of the General Secretariat departments during the past week, and the minutes of its previous meeting approved it.
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