National Salvation Government shocks puppet rulers by accepting power plant proposal

National Salvation Government shocks puppet rulers by accepting power plant proposal

The National Salvation Government in Sana’a has thrown the ball into the court of the Saudi-led coalition, agreeing to solve one of the country’s biggest problems due to the coalition’s war on Yemen.

The Deputy Foreign Minister in the Sana’a government, Hussein Al-Ezzi, announced the acceptance of the challenge announced by member of the “Riyadh-formed Presidential Council” and “Governor of Ma’rib” loyal to the coalition, Sultan Al-Aradah, in which they asked for a link between the electricity from Ma’rib gas-powered plant to the capital Sana’a, during an interview with BBC last Saturday.

Hussein Al-Ezzi said on his Twitter account, “I call on the Islah Party militia to speed up the reconnection of Ma’rib plant to the capital, Sana’a, and to form a joint committee to actually start implementation.”

He continued, “We renew the warning to the German company Siemens, the manufacturer of the station’s units, not to approach the station without the approval of Sana’a, and to guarantee the rights of citizens in all areas fed by the station.”

Al-Ezzi added in another tweet, “Since 2016, we have been demanding the reconnection of electricity from Ma’rib plant to Sana’a, the last of which was our nine points in 2019. The Islah Party leaders have so far been refusing.”

It is worth noting that the leaders loyal to the coalition usually make statements that they do not have the authority to implement, since Riyadh and Abu Dhabi are the ones who control the actual decisions.

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