Southern military leaders reject the behavior of the Brotherhood militia in Shabwa, which seeks to violate the Riyadh AgreementEnglish - الثلاثاء 23 نوفمبر 2021 الساعة 09:57 م
A meeting chaired by Major General Ahmed Saeed bin Buraik, Acting President of the Southern Transitional Council, warned with military and security leaders, on Monday, of the dangers of irresponsible behaviors pursued by Brotherhood militias in Shabwa governorate.
The meeting indicated that the Brotherhood militias in Shabwa are seeking to abort the Riyadh Agreement by dragging the situation into secondary battles away from the main battle against the Houthi militia and its Iranian project.
The military leaders expressed their categorical rejection of such behavior, which reflects what the Brotherhood militias have been doing with the Houthi militias.
The military leaders also praised the successes achieved by the negotiating delegation in Riyadh, stressing their confidence in the ability of President Aidarous Al-Zubaidi and the negotiating delegation he heads to crown the military victories of the southern armed forces with political and diplomatic victories.
The meeting touched on the conditions of the Southern Armed Forces personnel, calling in the context of the parity government to implement its obligations in paying salaries without delay.
The meeting also stood in front of the wrong practices and behaviors of some military and security personnel, calling for the necessary and strict legal measures to be taken against those behaviors that harm the reputation and image of the armed forces in front of societal opinion.