Dr. Nasser Al-Khubaji, member of the Presidency of the Southern Transitional Council, head of the Negotiations Affairs Unit, met today, Wednesday, September 21, in his office in the capital, Aden, with Dr. Magdalena Kirchner, the resident representative of the German organization “Friedrich Ebert” in Jordan, and the non-resident representative of the organization’s office in Yemen.
At the beginning of the meeting, which was attended by Mr. Mahmoud Kayah, the non-resident representative of the German organization, Dr. Al-Khubaji praised the efforts of the German organization and its interest in the political process, conflict resolution and peace building.
The meeting has discussed the latest political and military developments in our country, the extension of the armistice, and the results of the Riyadh consultations, Dr. Al-Khubaji
Dr. Al-Khubaji affirmed the Southern Transitional Council’s keenness to support the political process sponsored by the United Nations, and to extend the armistice on condition that the Houthi militias adhere to previous agreements, to reach a permanent ceasefire, stop the war, and start a comprehensive political process, stressing the importance of addressing all issues without fragmentation, through a comprehensive political process, the priority of which is setting a special negotiating framework for the issue of the people of the south, in order to reach a comprehensive peace that ends the conflict.
With regard to the terrorism file, Al-Khubaji affirmed that the Southern Armed Forces have launched Operation Arrows of the East to combat terrorism and extremist organizations, achieving great victories in this aspect to establish security and stability in Abyan and Shabwa, stressing that the Southern Transitional Council will continue alongside the international community in combating this global scourge to maintain international peace and security.
For her part, Dr. Kirchner expressed her appreciation and gratitude for the efforts made by the Southern Transitional Council in the political process and combating terrorism, expressing her understanding and concern for the political demands adopted by the Council.