Saturday, February 18, 2012

VP receives letter from US president

SANA'A, Feb. 18 (Saba) - US president Barack Obama confirmed Saturday his country's support for Yemen until ending the current crisis's aftermaths and achieving the transitional phase's goals.
Obama's statement was included in a letter handed over to Vice President Abdo Rabbo Mansour Hadi by US Deputy National Security Advisor for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism and Assistant to the President John Brennan.
The US president expressed his appreciation of the national magnificent role the Vice President has played during the crisis in Yemen.
"Hadi is enjoyed the regional and international confidence", Brennan said, pointing to the international community's understanding to the importance of supporting Yemen in the transitional phase to realize all the desired goals.
He accented the US would present all kind of assistance, especially in the critical circumstances Yemen is undergoing currently.
Brennan asserted that the US follows up closely the achievements in Yemen under the political settlement deal, voicing his country's satisfaction with the accomplished steps according to the Gulf initiative and the UN resolution 2014.
In return, Hadi valued highly the US president's good feelings and all efforts enhancing the political settlement in the country.
"We, in Yemen, are happy of the US partnership in tackling all issues", Hadi said.
The VP indicated to the great challenges Yemen faces, topped by restoring the security and stability in addition to enhancing the economic situation.

No comments:

Post a Comment