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The Military Intelligence Service celebrates the new comer boss and farewells the outgoing one

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Aug ,31 \NewNews

A farewell ceremony was held today in Sana’a to complete the reception and delivery procedures between the head of the Military Intelligence Service, Major General Abdullah Ahmad Mahfin and the head of the successor body, Major General Abdullah Yahya Al Hakim.

During the ceremony, which took place in the presence of the head of the logistics support unit, Major General Ali Mohammed al-Kahlani and the Chairman and members of the committee responsible for the role of receipt and delivery, gave the head of the intelligence service, the predecessor of the word in which he pointed out that the sons of Yemen and the armed forces one family each working within the framework of his responsibilities.. He explained that the armed forces today, the transition from complex conditions to better conditions is taking place. The current situation requires everyone to work more flexibly, overcome differences and unite all to preserve the national cohesion of the armed forces.

Major General Mohaf said that the spirit of renewal in the leadership positions of the armed forces enables young and new leaders to give their expertise and exert their efforts in the interest of the country and the armed forces. He wished the new intelligence chief success in carrying out his duties.

The head of the intelligence agency, the successor, expressed his thanks and gratitude to the General Hafnf for his sincere efforts during his presidency of the Commission, especially during the aggression, in which the intelligence service under his leadership efficiently exceeded the size and type and nature of methods of aggression.

Stressing that it will be a good successor to the good predecessor and will be keen to complete all the work and tasks entrusted to it. Drawing on the experiences of Major General Mahfin in all aspects.

Major General Al-Hakim pointed out that the role of leaders and state officials is focused on building, advancing and exploiting the opportunities available to that, and that the responsibility of any leader or individual will only end with his death.

He stressed that the directions of all will be for the construction in all military areas in order to achieve the goals set and meet the aspirations and aspirations of the people and the armed forces.

The head of the committee responsible for supervising the procedures of the reception and delivery role, the Director-General of the Office of the Chief of General Staff, Major General Mohammad Al Awami, delivered a speech in which he praised the national roles and the great efforts exerted by Major General Abdullah Ahmad Mahfin during his tenure as head of the intelligence agency, In the most difficult stages of the military and was a patriotic sense of national unity and destiny and a good example of the leader of the efficient and successful .. He pointed out that the national roles are growing during this stage and stands in front of the people and in front of members of the armed forces and their leaders.

At the end of the farewell party and the reception and delivery ceremony, the head of the predecessor intelligence, Major General Abdullah Ahmad Mahfin, was honored with the Armed Forces Shield in honor of his national roles during his presidency.

The ceremony was attended by Brigadier General Ali Abu Halaiqa, Director of the Intelligence Department, and Brigadier General Yahia Mohammed Al Mahdi, Director of the Guidance Department

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