Prime Minister's Office source: The government will meet tomorrow for consultations. The suspension of institutions in Aden is not on the table now

Prime Minister's Office source: The government will meet tomorrow for consultations. The suspension of institutions in Aden is not on the table now


Prime Minister Maeen Abdel Malik invited ministers to meet for a consultative meeting on Monday to learn about the latest developments and actions to be taken, a source in the prime minister's office said.

The source told "Al-Masdar Online" that the government did not take the decision to suspend the work of ministries and institutions in Aden, adding "This trend is not possible at the moment", but at a meeting on Monday will discuss the measures to be implemented to deal with the new conditions imposed by the coup d'état in Aden.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced the suspension of its office in the interim capital of Aden, and the Ministry of Interior took a similar decision to suspend work in the Ministry's office as well as in the Department of Passports and Civil authorities, and later the Ministry of Transport took the same action by announcing the suspension of its office in the interim capital. Aden without specifying a specific time limit.

The interim capital Aden and all government institutions and facilities are still under the control of the armed men of the Transitional Council (backed by the UAE), which managed to take control of the city early last week after a round of violent clashes fought by its forces and ended with the removal of the ministers of interior and transport, the last of the remaining government officials in the city.


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