Sana'a - SANA
The Speaker of the Yemeni Parliament, Yahya Ali Al-Rai, expressed the solidarity of the Yemeni people with Syria due to the devastating earthquake that led to great human and material losses.
Al-Rahi called in a parliament session today for regional and international action to lift the unjust siege on Syria, and to extend a helping hand to face the repercussions of the devastating earthquake, expressing his deepest condolences and sincere sympathy to the victims and the injured.
For his part, the Secretary-General of the Yemeni Shura Council, Judge Ali Yahya Abdul-Mughni, expressed his condolences to the Syrian people, affirming that the Shura Council stands by the Syrian leadership, government and people, calling on the brotherly and friendly countries and peoples of the Syrian people to stand by the Syrian leadership and provide aid to save those who are still under the rubble until the moment. .
In turn, Ahmed Al-Kibsi, a member of the Executive Bureau of the Media Union, called for lifting the unjust ban on the Syrian people, warning of the exacerbation of human suffering in light of the continuation of the repercussions of the earthquake disaster.
Farouk Mutahar Al-Rouhani, Assistant Secretary-General of the Yemeni Freedom Party and Under-Secretary of the Yemeni Governorate of Al-Mahweet, also expressed his sincere condolences and sympathy to the families of the victims, and his wishes for a speedy recovery for the wounded, calling on peoples and free forces to respond urgently to this humanitarian catastrophe that befell Syria.
Al-Rouhani called for an end to the unjust siege imposed by the Western countries on Syria as illegal, immoral and inhumane sanctions, and casting a shadow on the Syrian people during the natural disaster that befell our people in Syria.
In turn, the economic analyst, Dr. Abdul-Jabbar Ahmed Muhammad, head of the Yemeni Tax Authority, expressed full solidarity with Syria, calling for lifting the unjust Western siege on the Syrian people.
Ahmed Mohammed praised Syria's militant positions, its support for the cause of the Palestinian people, and its steadfastness in the face of the arrogance of the American aggression and its allies.
Dr. Abd al-Ilah al-Salba, Undersecretary of the General Authority for the Care of the Families of Martyrs and Revolutionary Fighters, also expressed his condolences and solidarity with brotherly Syria, calling for lifting the unjust siege imposed by the West on the Syrian people.
For his part, the media activist specialized in economic affairs, Issam Al-Kibsi, expressed his condolences to the Syrian government and people for the earthquake victims, and his wishes for the injured to recover.
In turn, the Yemeni journalist Muhammad Sultan Al-Maatan affirmed the unlimited solidarity with the Syrian Arab people and said: “The devastating earthquake that the Syrian cities were subjected to is not the only title of the disaster. The unjust American and Western siege imposed on the Syrian Arab people is an ugly face of the tragedy of this great people.” To extend a helping hand to those affected by the effects of the disaster.
Journalist Mansour al-Haith affirmed that Syria's struggle and steadfastness will overcome the repercussions of the disaster resulting from the earthquake with wisdom and competence, and will triumph not only for its causes, but also for the causes of the peoples of the region aspiring for freedom.
For his part, Muhammad Abdul Salam, the official spokesman for the Ansar Allah movement, head of the Yemeni negotiating national delegation, called for lifting the unjust siege on Syria, and said: “The catastrophe that the Syrian people suffered as a result of the earthquake requires lifting the unjust siege on them, and this is a moral and human test for countries that have shown sympathy.” While it is still participating in the siege of Syria.
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