UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (OBSERVATORY) — Yemen’s Minister of Transport Saleh al-Jibwani announced that the internationally recognized government will return to the city of Ataq, Shabwa governorate, to temporarily run its work from there, “until the liberation of Aden and then Sanaa.”
Al-Jubani pointed out in his publications on social media on Thursday that “the city’s airport will be an international station,” and that the port of Balhaf, located south of the province of the Arabian Sea will be working to rebuild “from the moment.”
The minister considered that “Shabwa has an opportunity to become the most secure and prosperous provinces,” and called on her children to “seize this opportunity and get off the fields of work and not pay attention to the cries and even isolated.”
The announcement came during al-Juhani stay in Muscat as part of a government delegation to visit Oman , about a month after government forces seized control of Shabwa from the UAE-backed Southern Transitional Council security belt.
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