Prime Minister Ma'een Abdulmalik has confirmed that the government exerts exceptional and double efforts for activating the state's institutions, normalizing life, commencing reconstruction and tackling problems facing the citizen in livelihood and service domains.
He pointed out that the government carries out its duties and responsibilities to serve all Yemeni people without exception and save not effort for alleviating their suffering caused by the war triggered by Houthi rebel militia.
Receiving Ambassador of Turkey to Yemen Faruk Bozgoz and the accompanying delegation Wednesday here, the two parties discussed relief, humanitarian and health support.
Abdulmalik praised support of Turkey to government of President Hadi.
He pointed to reforms made by the government for stopping economic deterioration and rescuing local currency against collapse, valuing international community's firm position for supporting legality and support to political solution based on the three references; the GCC Initiative, the outcomes of the National Dialogue Conference and the UN Resolution 2216.
For his part, the Turkish diplomat expressed pleasure for visiting the transitional capital Aden, confirming continuous support of his country to the government.
He also confirmed continuous relief, humanitarian and education support of Turkey to Yemeni people.
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