On Wednesday in the capital Aden, The internal Southern National Dialogue team headed by Dr. Saleh Mohsen Al-Hajj, the head of the team, met with the head of the Southern parliamentary cluster, Eng. Fouad Wakkad, and a number of members of the cluster .
The meeting reviewed a number of political, economic and social issues in the south, ways to address imbalances by benefitting from the southern political experience, and the experiences of peoples who found in dialogue, understanding and partnership, their way to prosperity and strengthening their national independence.
The internal South National Dialogue team gave a brief explanation of the importance of the Southern national dialogue with various of southern political and social spectrum, and the hoped-for results, stressing the need for southerners to be partners in drawing up the road map for their future and political decision, through participation in the drafting of the Pact and the Southern National Project.
The team stressed that the responsibility for the advancement of the homeland is not the monopoly of anyone, but a great national task that is the responsibility of all, and only uniting the national efforts is capable of confronting and overcoming the political, economic and social challenges facing the South.
In turn, members of the Southern Parliamentary cluster appreciated the invitation to sit at the dialogue table, noting that the South is going through a difficult phase that requires the culture of partnership and openness to prevail.
The attendees stressed the importance of the commonalties that bring together the southern national forces of the Southern Transitional Council and its national project, which everyone hopes will grow and develop through a culture of dialogue and acceptance of the other.