Prime Minister Dr Ahmed Obeid Bin-Dagher received on Tuesday in Aden, the CNN channel's teamwork led by Neck Robertson, Political editor in the leading international TV station, who are on a work mission in Yemen.
Robertson briefed the Prime Minister on his team field-visit to Marib province and front-lines battles on the suburbs of Sana'a, where his team intended to film and record on locations.
The Prime Minister welcomed the CNN's team and gave them first-hands information about the ongoing conflict in Yemen.
Bin-Dagher talked about reasons of the war triggered by Houthi militia. He explained the legal leadership and government's policy and efforts aiming to put an end of the war.
The Prime Minister gave instructions to the concerned governmental authorities to provide the CNN's team every necessary assistance to help them move freely, doing their job easily, professionally and safely.
The journalistic team expressed thanks for the prime minister, for his attention and cooperation.
Minister of Information Mo'amer Al-Iryani and Minister of Planning and International Cooperation Dr Mohammed Assa'di, Minister of Local Administration Abdulraqeep Fatah and Minister of Legal Affairs Nehal Al-Awlaqi were in attendance.
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