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PM meets Transport Minister, Shabwa Governor

SANAA, Mar. 4 (Saba) - Prime Minister Dr. Abdul Aziz Saleh bin Habtoor on Sunday met with Minister of Transport, Zakaria Al-Shami and Governor of Shabwa, Ali Mohammad Al-Tambala.

During the meeting, the officials discussed the situation of the Ministry of Transport and the difficulties it faces as a result of the US-Backed Saudi aggression coalition war and the all-out blockade and how to limit these difficulties.

They reviewed the damage which caused by the aggression on the land, sea and air transport sectors and the losses caused to the national economy.

The officials also touched on the humanitarian consequences of the continued closure of Sanaa International Airport, especially patients and students who studying abroad, and the necessity of intensifying communication and research with humanitarian organizations to lift the blockade on the airport and restore its vital role to serve more than 80 percent of the Population.

They also discussed the unstable situation in Shabwa province due to the Saudi and UEA occupation and militias affiliated to it, which adopted by the two occupying states to tear apart the social and national cohesion by stirring up the conflict between their militias that help to achieve its objectives and ambitions in the province.

the officials stressed on the importance of concerted efforts of all nationalists to preserve the national cohesion of the people in the province.

Sameera H.

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