An expanded meeting in the Marib Governorate, headed by the Minister of Transport, Amer Al-Marani, and in the presence of the Governor of Ma’rib, Ali Taiman, discussed the reality of services in the liberated directorates and their needs in various sectors.
During the meeting, which included members of the Ministerial Committee for Service Evaluation in Marib Governorate, Minister Al-Marani reviewed the tasks of the ministerial committee in charge of evaluating services in the liberated districts and providing for their needs, based on the directives of the Leader of the Revolution, the Supreme Political Council and the Salvation Government.
He pointed out that the committee will conduct a field study of various urgent service needs, foremost of which are roads, health, education, water, environment and humanitarian relief, and accurately determine the type and priorities of needs, and work to meet them in a way that contributes to alleviating the suffering of citizens.
In turn, the Governor of Ma’rib welcomed the ministerial committee headed by Minister Al-Marani, reviewing the efforts of the local authority in normalizing the situation in the liberated districts, and working to operate service facilities in the health, water and education sectors to alleviate the suffering of the people of the governorate as a result of the continued aggression and siege.
Tuaman pointed out that the majority of regions and villages in the governorate have suffered from deprivation and marginalization during the past decades, and have been deprived of the simplest service projects that provide the minimum requirements of life.
For his part, the governorate’s supervisor, Abdul Ghani Jubran, stressed the importance of concerted official and popular efforts to establish sustainable service and development projects that contribute to strengthening popular steadfastness in the face of aggression, praising the government’s interest in the conditions of the liberated districts.
The meeting was enriched with discussions and interventions on a proper assessment of needs and ways to improve the level of services provided by government facilities.
He approved a number of procedures and mechanisms for the work of the committee, a field survey of the reality of services, and submitting reports to the Prime Minister and the Chairman of the Political Council, to work on providing the material and technical capabilities necessary to start the implementation process by the various concerned authorities as soon as possible, based on the instructions of the Leader of the Revolution.
The meeting was attended by a number of agents and representatives of ministries, concerned authorities and directors of executive offices in the governorate.