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Yemeni-Hungarian bilateral ties discussed
[04/04/2019 02:52]

BUDAPEST-SABA
Charged' Affairs of Yemeni embassy in Budapest Hammad Abdullah Dahan met on Thursday with the Head of Middle East Department in the Hungarian Foreign Ministry Andric Covash and the Head of Consulate Department Laszlo Rishko.

The discussions focused on the Yemeni-Hungarian bilateral relations and cooperation.

Conversations also touched upon the latest developments in Yemen including UN's efforts to make peace.

The Hungarian officials reiterated their country's support for the legitimate government and UN's efforts to establish peace.


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