Riyadh, (Saba)- Prime Minister Ahmad Ubaid Bin Daghr discussed on Tuesday with the Secretary General of the Gulf Cooperation Council Abdullatif al-Zayyani ways of supporting Yemen in different fields; economic, relief, reconstruction and power.
In the meeting held at the GCC's headquarters, bin Daghr highlighted efforts of the organization in supporting Yemen. He also valued humanitarian efforts presented by King Salman's Center for Relief and Humanitarian Activities and the Red Crescents of the UAE, Kuwait, Qatar and Bahrain.
For his part, al-Zayyani expressed happiness for meeting with Prime Minister bin Daghr, confirming that Yemen is undividable part of GCC's security, noting to directives of King Salman on qualifying Yemeni economy to join the organization.
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