Al-Houthi Calls for Promoting Administrative Work, Paying Attention to Agriculture

The Leader of Anssarallah movement, Sayyed Abdulmalik Al-Houthi on Tuesday called for improving government performance within state agencies and to pay attention to agriculture.

This came during his speech on the occasion of the inauguration of work between the state agencies and the components of society.

“The ‘aggression’ coalition, by targeting government buildings, wanted to disrupt the work of the state and paralyze it so that the chaos would continue,” Sayyed Abdulmalik said.

He emphasized the importance of taking care of all programs offered to the provinces with everything related to performance development, whether from the President of the Republic or from the Ministry of Local Administration and the concerned authorities in various ministries.

The Leader of Anssarallah noted to the importance of cooperation between official authorities and the community to accomplish many service and development projects.

“We receive complaints from the provinces about the failure to complete transactions, and this problem must be addressed,” he said.

Sayyed Abdulmalik stressed the importance of taking care of evaluation, as it helps to develop performance, avoid shortcomings and address aspects of error.

In his speech, he also touched on the importance of agriculture in light of the repercussions of the Russian-Western war in Ukraine.

He explained that the problems caused by America in Europe and Ukraine have left consequences on the economic side. “The agricultural aspect must be taken care of, as it is the backbone of the national economy.”

Sayyed Al-Houthi added “the reliance on imports from abroad is a serious problem, as it is a terrible mistake and harmed the national security of the country over the past years.”

He indicated that the upcoming agricultural season should receive great attention and care from the official and popular side by paying attention to agriculture, the most important of which is wheat cultivation.

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