Governor bin Madi reassures the family of the martyr Ambassador Abdullah Muhammad bin Salman and praises his sacrifices
Today, the Governor of Hadhramaut, Mabkhout Mubarak bin Madi, reassured the family of the martyr Ambassador Abdullah Muhammad bin Salman, the political and educational figure, and the former ambassador of our country to the United Kingdom.
This came during a visit by the governor, today, to the house of the martyr in the district of Ghail Bawazir, during which he was accompanied by the Secretary-General of the Local Council in the governorate, Saleh Aboud Al-Amqi, the commander of the second military region, Major General Pilot Fayez Qahtan Al-Tamimi, and the Director-General of the Ghayl Bawazir District Salem Al-Atishi Bawazir.
During the visit, the governor reassured the conditions of the family of the martyr bin Salman, and exchanged conversations with his son, “Rushdi.”
He stressed that the local authority appreciates the sacrifices and sacrifices of the martyred ambassador, and all the flags of the province and its cadres who spent their lives in the service of the country, and they represented him well.
Governor Bin Madi said that the Ghail Bawazir Directorate provided noble cadres and contributed to providing the state with qualified leaders who occupied high positions, thanks to the knowledge they received at the hands of senior teachers at the middle school in Ghail.
The governor of Hadhramaut had responded to a previous note received during his meeting with the president and members of the main committee of the Hadhramout Cup tournament, during which the stadium of bin Salman Bagil Bawazir, which bears the name of the martyr, was addressed.
The martyr, Ambassador Abdullah Muhammad bin Salman, our country’s former ambassador to the United Kingdom, was born in 1942 in the city of Gail Bawazir, and studied at the middle school.
He moved to Aden, passed the general culture certificate at its normal and high levels, and returned to teach English in the middle school. He was sent to Britain in 1961 to study and joined the University of Reading and Hayward. He was elected Vice President of the Arab Students Union in Britain and Ireland, and was active in supporting the September and October revolutions among Arab students. ,
He returned with a bachelor’s degree in science, and worked during the 66/67 academic year as a teacher of mathematics and physics at the secondary school in Mukalla.
In July 1968, a republican decree appointed him as Director of the Office of the President of the Republic for Internal and External Affairs, and he continued to perform his duties until 1972.
Then a republican decree was issued in April 1972 to appoint him as an ambassador at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and he began his duties as the ambassador of democratic Yemen in the United Kingdom, and negotiated with the British government to solve the problem of retirees who worked with Britain in the colony of Aden before independence.
Ambassador bin Salman attended the consultative meeting in which our country invited its ambassadors abroad, and he, may God have mercy on him, was among the victims of the Dakota plane crash on April 30, 1973 AD.