Minister of Foreign and Expatriates Affairs Ahmad Awadh BinMubarak handed over Indian State Minister for Foreign Affairs Murali Daran a letter from Prime Minister Ma'een Abdulmalik to Indian Prime Minister.
The letter is on international food crisis and its reflections on food security in Yemen over Houthi militia's triggered war.
Bin Mubarak confirmed necessity of helping Yemen in these difficult conditions by countries exporting grains, especially India, which has unique relations with Yemen. He expressed hope that India will exclude Yemen from its measures of banning exporting grains announced recently and to give Yemeni wheat importers priority to avoid hunger in Yemen.
In the meeting held in New York, BinMubarak discussed with Indian State Minister mutual relations between the two countries in different fields, talking about government concessions and abiding by the UN Truce to alleviate suffering of Yemeni people, despite Houithi militia's stubbornness.
For his part, the Indian minister confirmed deep-rooted relations between India and Yemen, renewing his country's continuous support to Yemen in all fields, especially in food security, taking into consideration remarks provided by the government on current difficult conditions in Yemen.
He renewed his country's support to the Presidential Leadership Council and to Yemen's unity, security and stability.
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