Hadi removes 2 ministers, hails UAE's positive role

Aden - This came during his meeting with Salem bin Khalifa Al Ghafli, UAE Ambassador to Yemen, at his residence in Riyadh.

By Wam

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Published: Wed 14 Oct 2015, 12:00 AM

Last updated: Wed 14 Oct 2015, 2:00 AM

Yemen's President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi has removed Ghalib Abdullah Massad Mutlaq, Minister of State for the Implementation of National Dialogue Outcomes, and Hassan Mohammed Zeid, Minister of State, Member of the Cabinet. According to the Yemen Now website, Hadi issued a Presidential Decree on Monday appointing Essam Habrish as Deputy Governor of Hadhramaut Wadi and Sahraa Affairs, and Hisham Mohammed Said Al Saidi, Abd El Hadi Abdallah Al Tamimi and Salem bin Sharman as Assistant Deputy Governors.
Meanwhile, Hadi expressed his appreciation for the positive role of the UAE's leadership, government and people, and their honourable attitude and heroic stances towards his country, passing through various stages and circumstances. He also appreciated the UAE for providing support and assistance in the establishment of foundations of security and stability and the provision of relief, humanitarian aid and services development support.
This came during his meeting with Salem bin Khalifa Al Ghafli, UAE Ambassador to Yemen, at his residence in Riyadh.
The Yemeni president praised the depth and durability of bilateral relations between the two sisterly countries and the development and progress in all political, economic and social fields, as well as joint cooperation. - Wam
The Yemeni President said that the unity of stances strengthens the ties of brotherhood and common destiny, which combines the two countries as part of the joint national security of Yemen and the Gulf states led by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, as well as the Coalition States.
Mr. Al Ghafli conveyed the greetings of the UAE leadership to the Yemeni President, hailing the continuing successes achieved by the Pro-Legitimacy National Army Forces and the Popular Resistance on different fronts.
 



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