Former minister, one of the most prominent figures in Shabwah attacks the coalition and accuses it of destroying the province

Former minister, one of the most prominent figures in Shabwah attacks the coalition and accuses it of destroying the province

The politician and tribal leader Maj. Gen. Ahmed Mosa’ed Hussein, accused the Arab coalition led by Saudi Arabia, of destroying the southeastern province of Shabwah, while mocking the Loyalists of the coalition, and the two countries of the UAE and Saudi Arabia.

He made the remarks in front of the Forum of Shabwah (a gathering of Shabwah tribes) in the city of Ataq, the province's first appearance after arriving in Shabwah on Sept. 10, after his absence from the political scene for more than seven years.

Maj. Gen. is one of the leading militaries and political leaders in Shabwah, and has held prominent military and political positions since joining the public service for more than 20 years, most notably in the portfolio of the Ministry of Expatriates.

The powerful tribal personality in the province of Shabwah also took the position of Minister of State and Governor of the Province of Rayma, in addition to being one of the most prominent military leaders in the civil war in southern Yemen, known for the events of January 1986.

Mosa’ed said in his speech that the Arab Alliance pursues a destructive policy in Shabwah, and that it destroyed the public interests in the province, as well as the destruction of Yemen and its economy widely by the Arab coalition.

Mosa’ed expressed his rejection of the military and security formations outside the authority of the legitimate Government, referring to the forces of the pro-UAE elite, and mocked those who raise flags of Saudi Arabia and the UAE.


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