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Prime Minister inspects Yemeni students in Germany
[15/05/2017 02:31]

Berlin, (Saba)- Prime Minister Ahmad Obeid bin Daghr, along with Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Abdulmalik al-Mikhlafi met Monday with a group of Yemeni students in Germany and a number of Yemeni community here.

Bin Daghr reviewed stages of Yemen's crisis since Houthi militias' seizure of Sana'a in 2014 until present time.

" Seizure of the Capital Sana'a by rebel militias {Houthi-Saleh's militias} resulted in suffering Yemeni people are living today and the crisis must be radically solved in accordance with the three basic references; the Gulf Initiative, the National Dialogue Conference's outcomes and the UN Resolution 2216 and proceeding with establishing the federal state of six regions, " said bin Daghr.

He listened to a number of notes and observations made by Yemeni students, doctors, engineers and members of Yemeni community on conditions of the community and students in Germany. They demanded paying financial claims of dispatched students and reduction of passport fees to students of Yemeni community.

The discussion between the Prime Minister and the students dealt with a number of issues related to Yemeni community in Germany and in Europe, and on making real partnership between organizations and legal government in the framework of serving interests of the homeland, regaining the state and ending the coup.

Bin Daghr, who issued directives to reduce fees of passports, called the International Community to put more pressure on rebel militias to hand over all country's revenues to the Central Bank of Yemen in Aden to enable the government carry out responsibility for all Yemeni people.

He noted half of the the revenues are under the militias and that they collected YR 581 billion in 2016 using them for financing their war on Yemeni people.

He highlighted German attitudes supporting Yemeni people and the legal government against the rebellion.

For his part, Minister of Foreign Affairs al-Mikhlafi confirmed that all world countries acknowledge the legitimacy of President Hadi and that all these countries support the legal government.

He praised efforts exerted by the Federal Germany for supporting Yemeni government in different fields.



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