Today in Sana’a, the Ministry of Transport organized a speech ceremony marking the sixth anniversary of the September 21 Revolution and the 58th anniversary of the September 26 Revolution.
At the ceremony, Minister of Transport Zakaria al-Shami considered the September 21 revolution a victory for will, freedom, independence and exit from international tutelage and dependency.
He stressed that the September 21 revolution is a revolution by the will of the Yemeni people who have steadfast in the face of aggression for two thousand days, indicating that the aggression failed to bring the Yemenis to their knees and put them under its tutelage and subordination as it was in the past.
He explained that the September 21 revolution is a continuation of the September 26 revolution, whose primary goal was freedom and independence for the Yemeni decision, which was not made due to the intervention of external forces from the beginning, and that ruled and controlled all the components and decisions of the state.
The ceremony included the presence of the Ministry’s undersecretaries for the air transport sector, Abdullah Al-Ansi, financial and administrative affairs, Adel Al-Madani, Maritime Affairs and Ports, Khaled Al-Nimr, and the heads of the Civil Aviation and Meteorological Authorities, Dr.Muhammad Abdel-Rahman Abdel-Qader, and the Organization of Land Transport Affairs, Walid Al-Wadaei, a poem by Khaled Al-Roqi