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Deputy Executive Director of WFP to visit Yemen
[22/January/2009]


SANA'A, Jan. 22 (Saba) - Deputy Executive Director at the UN World Food Program John M. Powell is due to arrive at Yemen next week.

During the few-day visit, Powell will held talks with a number of senior Yemeni officials on the ways of boosting cooperation between the program and the concerned bodies in the country, the weekly 26 September reported on Thursday.

The visit will deal with the program's support for the development in the country as well as studying the possibility of raising the program's assistance to Yemen.

The visit will also address the UN efforts to assist Yemen in the issue of the refugees from the Horn of Africa as well as tackling the economic burden Yemen suffers from.

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