Prime Minister returns to Aden
Prime Minister Ahmed bin-Daghr has returned to the temporary capital Aden today from Saudi Arabia, after an eventful trip outside the country.
During his trip the PM stayed in Riyadh where he held meetings with Yemeni officials including President Abdu R. Mansour Hadi and Vice President Lt. Gen. Ali Mohsen Saleh.
He also met the US and British ambassadors to Yemen and discussed with them the ways to comprehensive just peace, based on the respective terms of reference. And also possible urgent solutions to alleviate the great suffering of the Yemeni people caused by the Saleh-Houthi militias.
During his time outside Yemen, the premier also visited Bahrain and discussed with its King and Prime Minister the bilateral ties, Yemen peace and Bahrain’s crucial role in the Arab Coalition’s mission to reverse the coup d’état of the Iranian-backed militias.
Upon his arrival in the airport, the Prime Minister said that overdue salaries would be paid to military servicemen as of today, in the same way as was paid to civil servicemen in the government-held parts of the country.
He said that a number of projects are soon to be inaugurated. He added that providing basic services and fighting terrorist groups top the government’s agenda.