Cabinet discusses service, development issues in liberated provinces
The Council of Ministers discussed in a meeting held on Tuesday in the temporary capital Aden issues associated with service and development in liberated provinces.
Prime Minister Ma’een Abdulmalik, who chaired the meeting directed ministries and concerned bodies to double their efforts for improving services, keeping the local currency stable, activating income sectors ( led by oil and gas,) boosting the responsibility of monitoring and control apparatus and managing administrative faults in different sectors.
“We will not deviate from the national interest and our keenness on honesty the Council of Ministers shoulders,” said prime minister, pointing to relying on national support and keenness of all for finalizing liberation and regaining and re-building the state.
The ministers listened to a report from the minister of interior on security situations in Taiz Province and efforts of the local authority and security and military forces on controlling the situation and regaining order in the province.
The council confirmed neutralization of security institutions and making them away from political conflicts and working on boosting them to enable them perform duties on realizing peace and protecting people and their possessions.
The Council of Ministers agreed on the Personal Identity Smart Cart Project presented by Minister of Interior and discussed a project presented by Minister of Justice on Judiciary Police, which aims at realizing judiciary security and realizing the rule of law.
The cabinet listened to a review on collecting revenues from provinces of Ayan, Dhale’, Lahj, Taiz and Shabwa and fixing faults accompanied collecting the revenues and discussed a report provided by Minister of Planning on his visit the State of Kuwait and agreements he signed there.