Yemen supports Syria's efforts to realize just and comprehensive peace
Yemen-Syria, Politics, 4/18/2005
Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh on Sunday stressed Yemen's support to Syria's efforts to realize just and comprehensive peace in the region in accordance with the international resolutions and to restore the occupied Arab territories and Arab rights.
During a meeting between Syria's Prime Minister Naji Otari, and the Yemeni president, Saleh underlined stand by Syria in the face of the current pressures and challenges it exposed to.
Both sides reviewed the recent conditions and events in the region, the bilateral relations between Syria and Yemen and ways of developing and bolstering them in addition to issues and topics which were discussed during meetings of the Syrian-Yemeni Joint Higher Committee.
The premier highlighted, in a statement, the historical relations linking Syrian and Yemeni peoples, emphasizing the significance of deepening communication and cooperation ties in cultural, economic and social areas in the interest of the brotherly countries.
Later, Otari met with representatives of the Syrian community in Yemen for discussing issues that concern them. He stressed the necessity for expatriates and the Syrian community to communicate with their motherland pointing out that the government is giving a great interest to expatriates affairs to find proper solutions to difficulties they are suffering from.
Otari arrived in Sana'a Saturday on a three-day official visit to Yemen to chair the Syrian side to the Syrian-Yemeni Higher Joint Committee meetings. The Prime Minister is accompanied by an official delegation that includes Ministers of Education, Agriculture, Expatriates, Economy and Trade and Justice as well as a number of and businessmen and different economic and commercial activities
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