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Egypt welcomes outcome of negotiations between Yemeni parties in Sweden

Ahram Online, Friday 14 Dec 2018
File Photo: The headquarters of Egypt's foreign ministry in Cairo (Photo: Reuters)
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Egypt’s foreign ministry has welcomed the agreements and understandings reached by the Yemeni parties in the UN-run meetings in Sweden related to the conflict in Al-Hodeidah port and the cities of Taiz, Ras Isa and As-Salif, as well as the agreements on exchanging prisoners.

The ministry statement hailed the achievement in reaching agreements as an important step within the framework of reaching a comprehensive political solution in accordance with United Nations Security Council Resolution 2216 and other relevant references to reaching a solution to the crisis in the country.

The statement concluded by appreciating international and regional efforts exerted to achieve consent in Yemen, stressing the importance of maintaining the positive spirit currently prevailing in the Yemeni scene and the commitment to implement the agreements reached in order to alleviate the suffering of the brotherly Yemeni people.


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