The Presidency Council and Hadhramaut: Quick procedures and measures to protect economic facilities from Houthi attacks

English - الأربعاء 23 نوفمبر 2022 الساعة 06:44 م
Hadramout, NewsYemen:

 A member of the Presidential Leadership Council, Major General Faraj Salmeen Al-Bahsani, revealed quick measures that the Council will take, to protect national economic facilities, and to confront any terrorist Houthi actions and plans in the future that seek to undermine Hadhramaut.

Al-Bahsani stressed the need to put an end to the dangerous Houthi terrorist escalation represented by targeting national economic facilities in Hadramout Governorate, and to confront any hostile terrorist attacks targeting security, stability and the economy in the country.

Al-Bahsani's statements came during his chairmanship of a meeting of the security committee in Hadhramaut Governorate, in the presence of Governor Mabkhout bin Madi.

The member of the Presidential Leadership Council stressed that the military and security leaders must exercise vigilance, raise readiness, and activate the role of the intelligence services to monitor any suspicious movements and thwart their plans before they occur.

He called for everyone to unite at all levels to reduce the repercussions of the repeated criminal attacks targeting the oil port of Al-Dhaba and threatening energy supplies and maritime traffic, praising the support of the Arab coalition forces led by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates for the military and security agencies.

For his part, Hadhramaut Governor Mabkhout bin Madi, head of the security committee in the governorate, expressed his thanks and appreciation for the interest of the Presidential Leadership Council in searching for ways to confront the dangerous Houthi escalation on the port of Al-Dhaba, and to spare Hadhramaut such terrorist acts, to contribute to strengthening stability and security in the governorate.

The local authorities in Hadhramaut announced the reopening of the international road adjacent to the port of Al-Dhaba, a day after it was closed following the Houthi attack, the second in a month, on the port.