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Parliament reviews report on Red Sea Ports Corporation

The House of Representatives, in its session held on Monday under the chairmanship of the Speaker of the Council, Yahya Ali Al-Ra’i, reviewed the report of the Transport and Communications Committee on the level of performance and technical, financial and administrative achievement of the Red Sea Ports Corporation for the years (2021, 2022 and 2023).

The report included an overview of the Corporation and the ports of Hodeidah and Saleef, and the programs and activities that were completed during the year 2021, including those related to confronting the aggression and addressing its effects, economic and financial policies, reforms, public services and infrastructure.

It also included documenting the crimes of aggression against Yemen, in addition to what is related to events, press conferences, organizing marches and vigils condemning the aggression against our country, and the report concluded with a number of observations and recommendations.

The Council held a preliminary discussion of the report, in which the Vice Chairman of the Council, Abdul Rahman Al-Jama’i, addressed a number of observations that the report did not refer to, stressing the importance of understanding them.

The members of the Council stressed the importance of carrying out maintenance for the damaged fuel quay and the speed of repairing cranes and carrying out maintenance work for places damaged or in need of maintenance and repair.

The Council approved the request for the presence of the Ministers of Transport and Oil and Minerals to complete the discussion of the report by their presence in tomorrow’s session.

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