المجلس الأعلى لإدارة وتنسيق الشؤون الإنسانية والتعاون الدولي

A consultative meeting to discuss the priorities of the agriculture and fisheries sectors.

A consultative meeting today in Sana’a, chaired by the Secretary-General of the Supreme Council for the Management and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation, Abdul Mohsen Tawoos, and the Minister of Agriculture and Irrigation, Eng And the Minister of Agriculture and Irrigation, Eng. Abdulmalik Al-Thawr, the priorities of the agriculture and fisheries sectors, to prepare the medium-term plan for the next three years.

In the meeting, in the presence of agents and representatives of the Ministries of Agriculture and Fisheries, FAO,the Secretary-General of the SCMCHA and the Minister of Agriculture confirmed the importance of the meeting and the role of SCMCHA in coordinating and mobilizing efforts to identify needs for the success of FAO’s interventions in agricultural and development aspects as well as focusing on sustainable projects.

Tawoos indicated to a number of necessary needs in the agriculture and fisheries sectors, pointing out the importance of the meeting to discuss and identify priorities and needs as well as ways to provide and transfe them from emergency to sustainable aid.

Tawoos aslo stressed the response to the visions and plans that will be presented that benefit the citizen in light of the catastrophic humanitarian situation as a result of the aggression and siege.

In turn, the Minister of Agriculture and Irrigation presented the priorities and needs of the ministry, while the representative of the Ministry of Fisheries presented the needs of the fish sector.

The meeting discussed varies topics by the participants, which affirmed their keenness to come up with a need plan in the context of setting priorities to support and support Yemen’s needs in the agricultural and fisheries sectors.

The meeting was attended by Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Irrigation, Dr. Radwan Al-Rubai, heads of departments in SCMCHA and representatives of relevant authorities.

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