Almotamar.net - The Assistant Secretary General of the General People’s Congress (GPC) in Yemen Dr Ahmed Ubeid Bin Daghr has said the Yemeni unity is he greatest revolution in Yemen’s contemporary history and must be preserved and handed over to the next generations however the forces of evil and aggression have attempted to undermine its republican regime in the north, its unity in the south and its national values in general.
In an editorial for the Al-Mithaq newspaper in its Monday issue, Dr Bin Daghr affirms the revolutionaries of October had never hesitated, after the triumph of the revolution over the colonialists and getting independence, from giving the state its Yemeni characteristic and identity and the 30 November was the first brick in the building of the Yemeni state. Without that great triumph of the Yemeni national movement, there would not have been possible to live in a unified Yemeni state.
Dr Bin Daghr has made it clear that loyalty to the martyr and heroes who made September, October, November and May events depends on “our ability to encounter the difficulties and challenges singled out by the movement of reality and time has thrown in front of us.
President of the Supreme Political Council Saleh Al-Sammad chaired an extended meeting here at the Defence Ministry headquarters with Acting Defense Minister Hussein Khiran and Deputy Chief of the General Staff, Maj. Gen. Zakaria al-Shami.
The meeting took place on Sunday at the presence of the Deputy of the Supreme of Political Council Kasim Labouza and Head of the Military and Security Committee, Maj. Gen. Mohammed Abdullah al-Kawsi.
Saudi aggression fighter jets waged nine air strikes on Saada province overnight, a security official said on Monday.
The first raid targeted Ghamer area in Razah district and the other strike dropped cluster bombs on Takhiya area of Bakim district, injuring a citizen
The UN special envoy to Yemen Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed arrived on Sunday in Sana’a for a two-day visit.
In a statement to the media, Ahmed said that “I am currently visiting Sana’a following a long period since my last visit. The fact is that this period is a difficult one for the Yemeni people as painful and hard events took place during