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GCC foreign ministers to discuss situations in Yemen
[19/April/2011]
RIYADH, April 19 (Saba)- Foreign Ministers of the member states of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) will hold an extraordinary meeting on Tuesday in the UAE capital Abu Dhabi to discuss the situations in Yemen.

In a press release, the GCC Secretariat said on Monday that the meeting would be devoted to completing the discussions took place recently in Saudi Arabia over the latest developments in Yemen.

The GCC officials are set to hold discussions with representatives of the Yemeni government in the framework of the principles of the GCC initiative in order to resolve the current crisis in Yemen.

The meeting will be chaired by the UAE Foreign Minister - Chairman of the current session of the GCC Ministerial Council- Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan.

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