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Governor of Hadramout leaves for UAE

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The governor of the Yemeni province of Hadramout, Major General Faraj Salmin al-Bahsani left on Tuesday for the United Arab Emirates on his first visit since taking office in June.

The governor’s media office said in a statement that the governor left the city of Mukalla, the capital of Hadramout province, on his way to the UAE at an invitation from the leadership of the Arab Alliance in the UAE.

According to the statement, Al-Bahsani explained that his visit will include several meetings that will focus on the security and military fields as well as services and developmental projects.

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Al-Bahsani pointed out that the visit will take several days during which he will also meet with people from Hadramout province who live in the UAE.

The governor of Hadramout is also the commander of the second military zone based in the city of Mukalla which includes the Hadramiyah elite forces established and trained under the supervision and support of the UAE.

The visit comes two days after al-Bahsani decided to expand security and military deployment in the governorates of the coast of Hadramout which includes 12 districts as part of a security plan that begins end of this year.

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