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US support essential to make transition succeed in Yemen: Hadi
[13/May/2012]

SANA'A, May 13 (Saba) - President Abdo Rabbo Mansour Hadi stressed on Sunday that the US support is essential to make the transitional period succeed in Yemen.

During his meeting with US Assistant to the President for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism John Brennan, Hadi said that the situation in Yemen is improving slowly compared to conditions during the past months.

Hadi asserted that the decision of "hunting the terrorists is irreversible."

The US official expressed President Barack Obama's absolute support for all the steps and decisions taken by President Hadi in order to overcome the difficult conditions.

President Hadi and Brennan reviewed a number of issues related to improving the security, political and economic areas in order to ensure the stability and unity of Yemen and to remove the repercussions of 2011 crisis.

The meeting also touched on the developments in combating terrorism and the confrontations between the armed forces and al-Qaeda militants in some areas, particularly Abyan province.

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