Major General Ahmed Saeed bin Brik, Vice President of the Southern Transitional Council, Chairman of the National Assembly, met on Wednesday in the city of Mukalla, Hadhramout Governorate, a number of leaders and dignitaries of Noah tribes.
At the beginning of the meeting, Major General Bin Brik expressed his happiness at meeting the leaders and dignitaries of Noah tribes, conveying to them the greetings of President Aidarous bin Qasim Al-Zubaidi, President of the Transitional Council, Deputy Chairman of the Presidential Leadership Council.
The Vice-President of the Transitional Council gave a detailed explanation of the sixth session of the National Assembly, expressing his thanks and appreciation for the role of the people of Hadhramout in making the session a success and the warm welcome and hospitality.
Chairman of the National Assembly said: "The convening of the Assembly in Hadhramout comes to confirm Hadhramout's historical status in the metropolis, and its future position in the desired state," pointing out that Hadhramaut is represented in the National Assembly by a third, in addition to the fact that the chairman of the Assembly is from Hadhramout.
Major General Bin Brik confirmed that the Assembly's session, which was held in Hadhramout, was characterized by very deep topics after a five-year experience, adding, "Today we are working on the transition from revolution to the state. The stage of the revolution has passed and now the stage of building and managing the state, restoring institutions, fighting corruption ".
The Vice President of the Transitional Council reviewed a number of changes that occurred during the past period, which led to the southern national dialogue, which resulted in the National Pact, and now represents a temporary constitution today, ". Noting that all disputes will be resolved through dialogue and understanding
Major General Bin Brik affirmed, "The dialogue will remain open with those who have different points of view, but we tell them that the southern national dialogue has reunited the southerners, and we will sit with those who remain and invite them to participate in building the state and making decisions about the fate of the south and defending it. We invite them to real and effective partnership in building and preserving the state and consolidating the principle of law and order."
For their part, through the leadership and positions of the Noah tribes, they expressed their thanks to the Vice-President of the Transitional Council for providing this opportunity, and their appreciation for the leadership of the Transitional Council represented by President Aidarous Qassem Al-Zubaidi and the steps he is taking to strengthen national cohesion among all the people of the south, affirming their full support to all the steps that would defend the interest of the south and everything that would highlight Hadhramout and its people and its scientific, historical and cultural value, preserve its wealth and establish the pillars of security and stability.