العرادة يلتقي بفريق مؤسسة التواصل للتنمية الإنسانية في مأرب ورشة عمل حول الريادة البيئية في المشاريع الصغيرة بمأرب الوكيل مفتاح يناقش آليات تعزيز التعاون مع مفوضية حقوق الإنسان مكتب الصحة بمأرب يتسلم محاليل ومستلزمات الغسيل الكلوي مقدمة من مركز الملك سلمان تدشين حملة طارئة لتحصين أكثر من 93 ألف طفل وطفلة بمأرب ضد الحصبة القاتلة نائب رئيس مجلس الشورى يحضر حفلا فنيا بمأرب احتفاء بأعياد ثورتي سبتمبر وأكتوبر افتتاح قرية سكنية للأسر النازحة من ذوي الاحتياجات الخاصة بمأرب
Member of the Presidential Leadership Council and Marib governor Maj. Gen. Sultan al-Aradah met Wednesday with US Ambassador to Yemen Stephen Fagin to discuss the latest developments in Yemen and mutual relations between the two countries and means of promoting them.
Al-Aradah reviewed procedures taken by the Presidential Council and the government to support inclusive peace in Yemen, support of UN envoy's efforts and the UN truce despite Houthi terrorist militia's stubbornness, its continuous violations to it, its continuous attacks against civilians in all provinces and its field military escalation and shelling army's positions.
He stressed significance of international community's responsibility to exert pressure on Houthi militia to honor its commitments and end its siege on Taiz city and stop all its aggressions, which complicate suffering of Yemeni people.
He pointed out that the Presidential Leadership Council works in accordance with clear visions and studied plans and is working on economic reforms and provide basic services to citizens, pointing out to significance of supporting efforts of the presidential council and support measures taken by the government to realize economic stability and improving services.
Al-Aradah praised US role of supporting the internationally-recognized government and making the political process successful, as well as supporting all efforts for realizing peace in Yemen in accordance with references of the political solution.
For his part, the US diplomat expressed commitment of the United States of joint efforts for fighting terrorism, pointing out to humanitarian benefits to the UN-brokered Truce.