The Dutch Minister for Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation said she understands that any resolution to the coup in Yemen should be a lasting one that fits in with the sacrifices and ambitions of the Yemeni people.
In a meeting with Yemen's ambassador to the Netherlands, Sahar Ghanem, in Amsterdam on Wednesday, the Dutch minister, Lilianne Ploumen, said she is emphatic about Yemenis maintaining of their consensus reached in national dialogue, during the transitional period. The transitional period was inspiring to all countries, said the minister, especially the participation of women and youth (in the dialogue ).
The Dutch minister said her country is keen to continue supporting Yemen, in humanitarian aid and efforts for achieving peace.
The Yemeni ambassador gave the Dutch official an account on the deteriorated humanitarian situation making out a case for Dutch help in delivering aid to the besieged areas, especially, Taiz which is under a two year old siege by the Houthi-Saleh rebel militia.
The two officials discussed the issue of resuming Dutch development cooperation with Yemen as a highly important step to restore peace and bring life back to normal in the liberated areas.
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