President Abdo-Rabbo Mansour Hadi has praised attitudes of Sudanese President, Government and people towards Yemeni people in different conditions and stages, especially in the status quo.
In a telephone call he made on Monday, President Hadi congratulated President Omer al-Basheer of Sudan on the occasion of independence.
President he valued great efforts exerted by heroes of Sudanese military forces side by side of their brothers from National Army and Popular Resistance for defending security and peace in the region.
He confirmed that the positions of the countries of Saudi led Arab Coalition for responding to Yemeni people's call for help are original Arabic ones have embodied humanitarian, brotherly and Arab commondestination and will continue to be appreciated by all Yemeni people.
He also praised efforts of Sudan for receiving Yemeni injured people and easing measures of entering Yemeni people Sudan.
President Hadi renewed Yemen's firm and permanent attitude for just and inclusive peace based on the three references; the GCC Initiative and its Executive Mechanism, the outcomes of the National Dialogue Conference and the UN Resolution 2216 for ending coup and stopping shedding Yemeni blood.
For his part, President al-Basheer confirmed his country's support to the constitutional legality in Yemen until ending the coup, restoring the legitimacy and normalizing conditions across Yemen's provinces.
He confirmed that Yemen's security and stability is an integral part of the security and stability of the region.
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