SANAA, President, Mahdi al-Mashat, met on Monday with parliament speaker Yahya al-Ra'i, Shura Council Speaker Mohammed al-Aidarous, Prime Minister Abdul Aziz bin Habtoor and Supreme Judicial Council President Ahmad Yahya al-Mutawakel.
The meeting discussed the repercussions facing the public finances of the state in light of the US-saudi coalition aggression on the country.
It touched on the disruption of the aggression and its mercenaries to the work of the Central Bank after it was transferred to Aden, printing a new currency, its acquisition of 75 percent of the state's revenues and their delay in the salaries of employees committed to be payed.
The meeting also touched on the large restrictions imposed on the import of commodities by the aggression coalition and its mercenaries in Aden, its illogical requirements which led to a stifling crisis caused by the rise in commodity prices.
The meeting discussed the aspects related to revenue development and coordination among institutions in order to enhance the level of government performance, develop resources and improve the level of services provided to citizens to alleviate their suffering due to the current situation.
The president urged the Ministry of Finance to improve revenues and rationalize spending efficiently to ensure the provision of basic services to citizens.
Source: Yemen News Agency