Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Abdulmalik al-Mikhlafi discussed on Saturday with Algerian Foreign Minister Abdul-Qader Musahi situations in Yemen, reasons that led to youth 2011 revolution.
Houthi-Saleh's coup against agreements of peaceful transfer of power and occupying the capital Sana'a and seizing the state's institutions by rebels were also discussed.
Al-Mikhlafi reviewed peace efforts exerted by the government and efforts of the UN Envoy to Yemen Ismael Ould Cheikh for peace and confirmed that the aim is not excluding any party, rather rejecting use of weapons against the state.
Al-Mikhlafi praised mutual relations between the two countries as deep rooted since long time and praised the role of Algeria against the Imamate Rule, which bequeathed poverty, illiteracy and disease and was reproduced by successors; Houthi-Saleh's Alliance.
The talk session between the two ministers dealt with cooperation in the framework of Yemeni-Algerian Joint Committee and scholarships provided by Algeria to Yemeni students and the Algerian party pledged to increase the numbers of scholarships from 35 into 49 for the year 2017-2018.
They also discussed facilitations to Yemeni students and providing medical assistance for fighting cholera.
The talks tackled conditions in east and west of Arab, reforming joint Arab world and developments in Palestinian arena and Zionist occupation storm on Aqsa galleries and banning worshipers perform Friday prayer for the first time for 50 years.
"Algeria is a key Arab country and we always depend on its attitude supporting Yemen and its leadership for the sake of peace," said Foreign Minister al-Mikhlafi, highlighting support of Algerian government to Yemeni people.
For his part, Algerian Foreign Minister Musahi reaffirmed support of Algerian People and government to Yemen's leadership and people, expressing support to UN efforts for realizing peace in Yemen.
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