Prime Minister Maeen Abdulmalik discussed with the New Zealand's non-resident ambassador to Yemen James Monroe on Thursday ways to promote and develop bilateral relations between the two friendly countries.
They also discussed developments on the political and humanitarian levels in the country.
The Prime Minister praised New Zealand's support for the Yemeni government and its contributions to Yemen's humanitarian response plan, stressing keenness to strengthen relations of cooperation and partnership to serve the mutual interests of the two friendly peoples.
He referred to the developments on the national scene and the Government's commitment to the sustainable peace process based on the terms of reference the Yemenis have agreed upon.
He pointed out that the government was keen to correct the implementation of the Stockholm Agreement as an introduction to the restoration of the state and ending the coup.
The Prime Minister referred to the government's efforts to alleviate the humanitarian suffering caused by the Houthi war and the aspirations to achieve more alleviations with support from the brotherly and friendly countries.
For his part, the New Zealand Ambassador affirmed his country's continued support for the government and its keenness to play an effective role in ending the humanitarian crisis in Yemen.