RIYADH – SABA
Foreign Minister Dr. Ahmed Bin Mubarak, discussed with the Djiboutian Ambassador and dean of the diplomatic corps in Riyadh Dhiyaa Bamakhrama, the bilateral relations between the two countries and issues of common concern.
Bin Mubarak reviewed the latest developments in Yemen, including the Houthi terrorist attack on Aden International Airport, resulting in mass killing of civilians and earning international condemnations.
The talks also touched on political developments following the Riyadh Agreement and the ongoing arrangements to normalize conditions and rebuild state institutions, praising Djibouti's firm and supportive positions for the Yemeni government, and the facilitations Djibouti provides to visiting and resident Yemeni citizens.
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