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GPC, its allies welcome Qatar's withdrawal from Gulf initiative

SANA'A May 13 (Saba) - An official source at the General People's Congress (GPC) and the National Democratic Coalition Parties (NDCPs) warmly welcomed on Friday Qatar's withdrawal from the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) initiative to resolve Yemen's current crisis.

The source said in a press release, Saba got a copy of it, that Yemen is ready to deal positively with the Gulf initiative without the participation of Qatar which involved in the events being held not only in Yemen but in the Arab region in general.

"It has become clear that Qatar has its own agenda and it is known who stands behind it", the source added.

The source confirmed that Yemen will continue in dealing with the rest of the GCC brotherly countries for the success of the initiative so as to achieve the interests of all.


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UPDATED ON : Tue, 24 Nov 2015 23:13:04 +0300