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Yemeni cabinet calls for tribal cooperation to protect electricity lines

 
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 Yemen Post Staff

The cabinet called on Sunday on the tribal chiefs and tribesmen in the central province of Marib to cooperate with the Yemeni government in protecting the power supply lines, which are subjected to repeated sabotage attacks.

In an exceptional meeting held in Sana'a on Sunday, the cabinet ordered the ministries of interior and defense to continue hunting the saboteurs and to protect the power transmission lines from the frequent sabotage attacks.

It further showed support for the military campaign which headed yesterday to Marib with the aim of arresting the saboteurs and brining them to justice.

On Saturday, two soldiers and a notorious saboteur were killed when the saboteurs attempted to stop the military campaign from entering the area. Some others from both sides were wounded.

The campaign was launched after the ministry of electricity said it would not repair the damages inflicted on the Gas-run power station until the government catches the saboteurs and refers them to justice.

Concerning the dialogue with the youth, the cabinet showed support for the ongoing efforts taken by the Ministerial Committee to hold dialogue with the various youth federations and condemned the attempts aiming to fail the dialogue with the youth.

Furthermore, it hailed the achievements of the Military Committee in removing armed manifestation and reopening blocked roads. The committee managed yesterday to reopen Sana'a-Marib road after a year of being cut off.

It further praised the victory of the Yemeni armed forces and the tribal committees over the militants in the southern part of the country.

 

 

 

 


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