Al-Mashat meets with the sheikhs of Al-Jawf and affirms: The enemy wants to dismantle our ranks to prepare for military escalation
Mahdi Al-Mashat, the president of the Supreme Political Council in Sana’a, issued a warning about the alliance’s plans to stir up discord and problems among the people of the province during a meeting with the tribes of Al-Jawf yesterday. He underlined the need for “unity and resolving conflicts” to thwart “all enemies’ conspiracies,” according to his statement.
Sana’a – Al-Khabar Al-Yemeni:
During a meeting with the sheikhs and dignitaries of the Al-Jawf region, Al-Mashat said, “We want to consolidate our unity while the enemy seeks to dismantle our ranks in preparation for military escalation.” Referring to the coalition countries and their media outlets, he urged the people of the province not to be affected by the lies of the aggression and its distortion of the facts, referring to the coalition countries and their media outlets.
He warned the alliance in a message that “the fate of all your conspiracies will be failure on all fronts and in all regions of the Yemeni Republic, specifically in Al-Jawf province, as long as the sons of Dhi Ghaylan and Dahm live in it.” He made the observation that “the enemy, when it seeks to split society, is preparing for aggression against it and for war.”
He stressed that the leadership of Sana’a and all the men of the state will stand by them and be there to discuss the concerns and requirements of its people. He said that the coalition countries do not wish well for Al-Jawf province or any other province and that they seek to destroy the community and the resources and potential of the people of Al-Jawf.
“General reconciliation in all matters of revenge and disputes,” the President of the Supreme Political Council pleaded with the residents of Al-Jawf, adding, “I hope that this request will be heeded, and the state will form a committee to resolve these problems.” Furthermore, “We want a new page, one built on a strong will to advance Al-Jawf province.”
Additionally, he instructed Sana’a’s Electricity Corporation to supply Al-Jawf province with 2 to 3 megawatts of power. “We have instructed the Central Intervention Unit to establish two units for the work of agricultural channels,” he said, “and they will start working in the next few days on both sides of Wadi Muzab Valley and Al-Khared.”