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Yemen Gov't Adopts Measures to Deal with Houthis’ Terrorist Designation

Yemen Gov't Adopts Measures to Deal with Houthis’ Terrorist Designation

The Yemeni cabinet has adopted several executive procedures and programs for rebuilding ministerial plans to deal with new changes considering the decision to classify the Houthi coup militia as a terrorist group.
According to the official Saba news agency, the new executive procedures and programs include rebuilding ministerial plans to meet the needs of the phase and its political, military, security, economic and humanitarian entitlements.

Moreover, the approved host of measures will take into consideration recent developments, the implementation of the reform track, and improving the level of services provided to citizens.

The cabinet also approved the preparation of a strategy according to well-studied mechanisms to ensure that the decision to classify the Houthi militia as a terrorist group does not affect commercial activity, the national private sector, and the smooth flow of foodstuffs and commodities.

This will be done in a manner that preserves the lives of citizens in Houthi-run areas.

Yemeni Prime Minister Maeen Abdulmalik directed the immediate start of implementing the ministerial plans. He urged focusing on restoring the state and ending the Iran-backed Houthi coup.

He also briefed the cabinet on the results of his meeting with the EU mission and the ambassadors of several EU countries accredited to Yemen.

Abdulmalik pointed to the clear vision that the international community has on the intransigence of the Houthi militias and their rejection of all efforts to extend the humanitarian truce and find a political solution.

“The ongoing Houthi threats to national economic facilities and civilian infrastructure in Yemen and neighboring countries will be dealt with firmly to protect the capabilities of the Yemeni people, international navigation, and global energy stability,” he said.

Abdulmalik renewed calls for the international community to prevent Iranian interference in Yemen's internal affairs.

The prime minister also called for forcing Tehran to implement international resolutions prohibiting the support of terrorist militias in Yemen.

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