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Al-Hadrami meets with Norway Foreign Minister
[19/02/2020 01:39]


Foreign Minister Mohammed al-Hadrami met Wednesday with the Norwegian Foreign Minister Ine Eriksen Soreide.

They discussed bilateral ties and cooperation between the two countries, the developments in Yemen and peace process.

Al-Hadrami voiced gratitude and appreciation for the Norwegian government for its significant contribution to the humanitarian actions in Yemen. He blamed Houthi militia for creating obstructions to the humanitarian and relief operations.

Al-Hadrami stated the the government is very keenon on establishing a sustainable peace that is based on the three terms of reference, but not a temporary peace.

The Foreign Minister has made clear that the government has carried out its obligations under Riyadh Agreement and the South Transitional Council should honor its obligations.

For her part, the Noregian Minister demonstrated her country's support for the legitimate government. She stated that Norway will continue to contribute to the humanitarian actions and the UN's peace efforts led by Mr Martin Griffiths.

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