Leadership Council continues to discuss local situation & repercussions of Houthi terror attacks
The Presidential Leadership Council, headed by His Excellency President Dr. Rashad Muhammad Al-Alimi, Chairman of the Council, held a meeting to discuss developments in the local situation and the required structural reforms in some sovereign apparatuses.
The council continued to discuss government measures to implement National Defense Council Resolution No. (1) of 2022 related to the classification of the Houthi militia as a terrorist organization.
The measures include punishing the leaders of the Houthi militia and its affiliated entities, and individuals involved in a suspicious financing network to provide financial and service support to the terrorist group backed by the Iranian regime.
The council discussed proposals to strengthen the role of agencies concerned with combating terrorism, deterring Houthi militia attacks on infrastructure and economic facilities, and threatening international peace and security.
The Council held the Houthi militia responsible for the dire consequences of its devastating terrorist escalation, including its repercussions on life-saving humanitarian supplies, as well as the repercussions of the militia’s hostile approach toward efforts to establish peace and stability in Yemen. In this context, the Presidential Leadership Council affirmed its commitment to defending national sovereign interests and facilities, securing basic services and livelihoods, and limiting the repercussions of the systematic terrorist targeting of the oil sector and civilian facilities.