Warsaw – Saba
Yemen's non-resident ambassador to Ukraine, Dr. Mervat Mujalli, participated in a meeting held by the ambassadors of Arab and African countries with the Ukrainian Deputy Foreign Minister Maxim Sobh, to brief them on the latest developments in the war in Ukraine.
In the meeting held today, in the Polish capital, Warsaw, Mujalli reviewed the bilateral relations between the two countries, noting that Yemen supports all international peace efforts to end the war in Ukraine, which directly affected wheat and food imports for a large number of countries in the world, including Yemen.
For his part, the Ukrainian Deputy Foreign Minister pointed to the depth of bilateral relations between the two friendly countries, pointing out that his country gives Yemen priority in providing wheat shipments due to the war it is going through as a result of the coup against the government by the terrorist Houthi militia.
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