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Cabinet approves draft general strategy for Yemeni media development
Cabinet approves draft general strategy for Yemeni media development
Cabinet approves draft general strategy for Yemeni media development
[20/February/2024]


SANA'A February 20. 2024 (Saba) - The caretaker government discussed in its meeting today under the chairmanship of Dr. Abdulaziz Saleh Habtoor, the topics on its agenda, foremost of which is related to the US-UK aggression on Yemen.

The Council blessed the operations of the Yemeni armed forces "Navy" against hostile American, British and Israeli targets in the Arab and Red Sea and the Bab al-Mandab Strait, which come within the framework of operations related to supporting the Palestinian people in the Gaza Strip and in response to the criminal raids of the American-British enemy targeting the capital Sana'a and a number of provinces.

The council praised the four naval and air operations carried out by the Yemeni armed forces and air defense on Monday against US and British ships, which resulted in the sinking of a British ship and the downing of a US MQ9 spy plane in the airspace of Hodeida province.

He stressed that the armed, naval, missile and drone forces must continue their operations to prevent the passage of Zionist enemy ships and other ships heading to the ports of occupied Palestine, including ships and destroyers belonging to the American-British enemy in response to their blatant aggression against Yemen.

He stressed that the American-British aggression will only increase the strength of the Yemeni people and their adherence to their humanitarian, religious and moral position in support of the Palestinian people by all available means and the intensification of their military operations.

He expressed thanks and appreciation to the Yemeni armed forces for their prominent role in defending Yemen's sovereignty and triumphing over the oppression of the Palestinian people.

The Council commended the positions of the free people of the world who support the honorable and courageous Yemeni position against the barbaric aggression launched by the Zionist enemy on Gaza for the fourth consecutive month and its victory for its oppressed people.

The caretaker Government saluted the position recorded by Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, in which he condemned the Zionist aggression on the Gaza Strip and described it as a war of extermination of the Palestinian people in Gaza, the expulsion of the ambassador of the Zionist enemy from Brazil and the recall of the Brazilian ambassador from Israel.

It considered the Brazilian position an important and courageous act of solidarity, which the Arab and Islamic countries did not dare to do with the Zionist enemy. In this context, it condemns the continued shameful attitudes of the Arab regimes, especially the printing press, which preferred humiliating silence as they watched the daily massacres committed by the Zionists against the people of Gaza in conjunction with their starvation and the prevention of food and medicine for them.

The Cabinet renewed its condemnation of the daily massacres committed by the Zionist enemy and its crimes against the Palestinian people and its systematic destruction of all necessities of life in Gaza, including hospitals and the targeting of schools that shelter the displaced.

He considered the brutal practices of the Zionist enemy forces a stain on the forehead of the regimes of the whole world.

The Council also highly saluted the free Yemeni people who continue their million honorable weekly demonstrations in support of Palestine in the Gaza Strip and the occupied territories in a wonderful way, which has become a prominent title for the spirit of national, moral and religious responsibility in solidarity with Gaza at the global level.

He stressed the importance of continuing this spirit full of magnanimity, loyalty and authentic values that the people of Yemen have built up generation after generation.

The Council of Ministers approved the draft general strategy for media development, submitted by the Minister of Information in the caretaker government, Dhaifallah Al-Shami, and directed the Ministry of Information to start implementation by absorbing the observations submitted by the members of the Council.

The strategy aims to organize official, partisan and civil media work, develop its tools and means, build and establish a purposeful Yemeni media that works according to national and religious paths, constants, values and responsibilities, as well as upgrading the discourse, message and media services provided to the community and working to create specialized quality media directed to all groups and segments of society in Yemen.

The strategy, to be implemented over a period of ten years, consists of four chapters, including the general principles of the strategy, the Yemeni media management, the modernization of the Yemeni media, and the mechanisms for implementing the strategy.

The vision of the strategy is represented in a purposeful national media that works to fortify and educate society in a way that contributes to turning it into a partner in building the modern Yemeni state, while its values are based on national and religious constants, freedom of opinion, creativity, cooperation, integration and participation.

The Cabinet praised the efforts of the Ministry of Information in preparing the strategy.

The Council approved a study submitted by the Minister of Planning and Development, Abdulaziz Al-Kumaim, on the mechanisms of moving towards a green economy, within the framework of the national vision and achieving the sustainable development goals.

The Cabinet directed the formation of a national working group headed by the Minister of Planning and Development and the membership of the concerned authorities to prepare the national strategy for the transition towards a green economy, provided that periodic reports are submitted to the Council of Ministers on the level of progress in preparing the strategy.

The study aims to highlight the importance of moving towards a green economy at the national level and the requirements for achieving it as a tool to achieve sustainable development in its various elements.

The green economy is based on the optimal exploitation of natural resources and taking into account their ability to regenerate, as well as taking into account the balance between the environmental dimension and the economic and social dimensions by relying on clean technology that preserves natural resources, recycling materials, and contributing to achieving equity in income distribution by creating green job opportunities and addressing the problem of poverty.

The study includes the importance of the green economy and the sectors concerned with the transition towards this economy, in addition to identifying the necessary foundations for transformation, including green economy policies, finance, investment, green banking services, education and green job creation, development, innovation, culture and awareness.

The study diagnosed the challenges facing this trend as well as the opportunities for moving towards a green economy.

The Cabinet commended the effort exerted by the Ministry of Planning and Development and the relevant authorities in preparing the study.

In light of the memorandum of the Minister of Water and Environment in the caretaker government, Eng. Abdul Raqib Al-Sharmani, submitted to the Prime Minister, he directed all concerned authorities, especially water, environment, industry, trade and localities, to strictly implement the Council's decision to prevent the import of plastic bags due to the damage they cause to the environment and distort the aesthetic aspect of cities and main and secondary roads between and within governorates, with the exception of environmentally friendly plastic bags that are biodegradable over time.

The Cabinet affirmed the caretaker government's support and encouragement for the paper bag industry.

E.M





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